Brazaitis removed from WVU teaching position this fall

WVU has removed English professor Mark Brazaitis from the classroom for the fall semester and barred him from campus pending completion of an evaluation through the university’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP).
Brazaitis, who serves as Morgantown’s deputy mayor and 6th Ward city council representative, forwarded a letter from Gregory Dunaway, dean of the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, to The Dominion Post and WAJR News. The letter is dated Aug. 10.
In the letter, Dunaway explains Brazaitis will remain a WVU employee and continue receiving pay and benefits if he completes the following:

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