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August 4, 2014 3:10 PM

Jacqueline Chanda retires as president of Kansas City Art Institute

Less than four months after the school’s faculty voted no confidence in her, Chanda, 64, has retired. In her letter to the board of trustees, Chanda, who took the post in 2011, gave no reason for her decision. The chairman of the institute’s board of trustees said Chanda is retiring to Arizona and plans to continue her art.

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