Quiet approach drawing criticism: President's lack of visibility hurts IU, some complain

Never mind the Herculean task of leading the state's largest college system in a difficult economic climate; he knew that would be hard. But after two years of long weeks and late nights, he's facing a more surprising challenge-defending himself from critics who question his ability to get the job done. IU seems to be adrift, naysayers argue, and so far Herbert doesn't seem to be doing much to get it back on course. "It is with great regret that...

 

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