Former Penn State President Graham Spanier remains a tenured faculty member at the university, interim President Rodney Erickson confirmed Friday afternoon.
Spanier remains a professor in the College of Health and Human Development and the College of the Liberal Arts, Erickson said. He said he does not know if Spanier will stay at Penn State to teach and conduct research.
Earlier Friday, university spokeswoman Lisa Powers said the Penn State Board of Trustees was working on Spanier’s contract.
Spanier’s listing did not appear in the Penn State directory as of Friday afternoon.
His wife, Sandra Spanier, an English professor at Penn State, remains in the university directory. Sandra Spanier is the general editor of the Hemingway Letters Project and is listed on the Department of English’s website as a tenure-line faculty member.
The Penn State Board of Trustees announced Wednesday evening that Spanier would no longer serve as president.
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