Iowa: UI prof faces bribery charges

by E Wayne Ross on August 11, 2008

Iowa City Press-Citizen; UI prof faces bribery charges
Allegedly asks female students for sexual favors

A University of Iowa professor was arrested Friday afternoon for allegedly asking female students to let him fondle their breasts in return for an “A” grade for the class.

Arthur Herbert Miller, 66, of 1700 N. Dubuque Road, faces four counts of bribery, a class C felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. He was admitted to the Johnson County Jail at 3:56 p.m. Friday and released early Saturday.

Miller is a professor in the University of Iowa Department of Political Science with an office in Schaeffer Hall.