UF Department Head Resigns After Investigation Begins
A University of Florida department head has resigned after an investigation began into whether he had inappropriate relationships with some of his students. Michael Garrett was responsible for UF's School of Human Development and Organizational Studies.
A university spokesperson confirmed a report on the website "Inside Higher Ed" that reported Garrett had been accused of having multiple relationships with his students.
Garrett resigned on Oct. 2.
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