UTSA President Put on Leave as Officials Review Allegations of Misconduct

The University of Texas at San Antonio's president, Ricardo Romo, is on administrative leave as officials review "allegations related to his conduct," UT System Chancellor Bill McRaven said Tuesday.McRaven said in an email that the leave was effective immediately and that Pedro Reyes, a former UT System executive vice chancellor, would lead the school in the interim, KSAT-TV reported.There was no detail about what the alleged misconduct entailed.Romo, the university's first Hispanic president, has been the school's president since 1999. He announced last year that he planned to retire in August.  Continue reading...

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