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Panel backing Brandeis officials

Formed to look at possible art sale

Brandeis has rehired two of the Rose Art Museum's five staffers and scheduled a show from the permanent collection, which will open this summer. The Future of the Rose Committee, formed in March, released a six-page report today. Brandeis has rehired two of the Rose Art Museum's five staffers and scheduled a show from the permanent collection, which will open this summer. The Future of the Rose Committee, formed in March, released a six-page report today. (Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / May 1, 2009

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The committee charged with examining Brandeis University's controversial decision to change the Rose Art Museum's mission and sell some of its art issued a vote of confidence for the beleaguered administration and made no push to save director Michael Rush's job, according to an interim report released today. (Full article: 656 words)

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