Sam Olens is scheduled Tuesday to begin his first day as Kennesaw State University’s president.
Some students and faculty, though, are unhappy with his appointment and have tried to stop it in several ways, such as a complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a request for an injunction filed Friday in Fulton County Superior Court.
Here are excerpts from a recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution interview with Olens, focusing on his plans for the university.
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