PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — Pittsburg State University says the FBI and Internal Revenue Service are looking into questionable financial procedures attributed to the former director of the university’s master’s degree in business administration program.
The Joplin Globe (http://bit.ly/1tFj5mJ ) reports an internal review by the university found questionable financial procedures for Michael Muoghalu, who taught finance at the school for 23 years.
Muoghalu was placed on unpaid administrative leave and submitted his resignation letter in September. He told the Globe he was unable to comment on the matter.
University spokesman Chris Kelly says the school can’t comment, either, but has informed the IRS and FBI it planned to publicly identify the agencies with which Pittsburg State is cooperating.
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