In early 2010, Pauline Manning found a set of personal letters in a briefcase belonging to her husband, Michael Schultz, who is the University of Vermont’s associate vice president for development and alumni affairs, reports the Burlington Free Press. The letters, she realized, were written by Rachel Kahn-Fogel, wife of UVM President Daniel Fogel. The discovery triggered not only the dissolution of Schultz and Manning’s marriage but also a sequence of events that has led to a board of trustees review of whether any elements of the relationship between Kahn-Fogel and Schultz violated university rules. The trustees also have ordered that Kahn-Fogel be removed from her volunteer role in planning development events for UVM.
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