UNC system president Tom Ross, left, confers with UNC Board of Governors then-chairman John Fennebresque (cq) during the early minutes of the regular UNC Board of Governors meeting Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. Ross was forced out of his job as system president by the Board and will work to January 3, 2016 or until his successor is chosen.
UNC system president Tom Ross, left, confers with UNC Board of Governors then-chairman John Fennebresque (cq) during the early minutes of the regular UNC Board of Governors meeting Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. Ross was forced out of his job as system president by the Board and will work to January 3, 2016 or until his successor is chosen. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
UNC system president Tom Ross, left, confers with UNC Board of Governors then-chairman John Fennebresque (cq) during the early minutes of the regular UNC Board of Governors meeting Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. Ross was forced out of his job as system president by the Board and will work to January 3, 2016 or until his successor is chosen. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo

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