Selma Botman, the president of the University of Southern Maine who rescinded big raises offered to a pair of top university employees after the pay increases sparked a public outcry, will resign and take a new job with the University of Maine system, reports the Bangor Daily News. Ms. Botman, who became president of the university in 2008, was the subject of a no-confidence vote this year by faculty members who were unhappy with her leadership. That vote fell short of the two-thirds majority required to pass, according to the Associated Press. In her new position, Ms. Botman will lead efforts to expand the university’s international programs. If the changes are approved by the system’s trustees, she will be replaced by Theodora J. Kalikow, who retired recently after serving for 18 years as president of the University of Maine at Farmington.