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Indiana Tech Law School dean resigns


Peter Alexander, vice president and dean of Indiana Tech Law School, has resigned, the university announced today.

It said andre douglas pond cummings, associate dean for academic affairs and professor of law at the law school, has been named interim dean. He spells his name without capital letters.

In a statement, the university said Alexander -- who was also a tenured professor -- resigned both positions, citing the achievement of the goals he had established for the law school to this time and a desire to pursue other employment opportunities.

"Dean Alexander has helped establish a firm foundation here at the law school, which will help us achieve success now and in the future," university President Arthur Snyder said. "We appreciate his efforts on behalf of students and our school, and wish him well in all his future endeavors."