UC Davis chancellor who resigned after ethics probe to return as professor

Linda Katehi, the former UC Davis chancellor who resigned last year after an ethics probe into questionable moonlighting activities, will return to campus as a professor this fall for roughly the same rate of pay she received as an administrator, university officials said. Katehi will be paid $318,200 on a nine-month contract, said UC Davis spokeswoman Dana Topousis. As chancellor, she received a 12-month salary of $424,360. Katehi, who resigned as chancellor last August, received her full annual salary while on an administrative leave for a year. Part of Katehi’s agreement with the university when she resigned was that she would return to her faculty position… Katehi will teach one engineering course in the fall semester — a graduate seminar that meets for 50 minutes each Friday, according to the university registrar’s website.

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by Hailey Branson-Potts, Los Angeles Times.

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