BY ALLIE STRICKLER
We all know that Rutgers University certainly dreams big, and even achieves big, when it comes to academics and athletics. But a closer look into recent controversy surrounding incoming and outgoing staff at the university reveals some brewing problems beneath that shiny, prominent veneer.
In January, former Rutgers University career services administrator Richard White filed an age discrimination lawsuit after being terminated from his position by the university president’s chief of staff, Gregory Jackson. Two colleagues, Dorothy Kerr and Chrystal McArthur, who had also been terminated by Mr. Jackson, joined Mr. White’s lawsuit, reported nytimes.com. Strangely enough, each of these administrators had received very positive job reviews.