BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — In a Dec. 15 story about Indiana University weighing whether to remove Tavis Smiley’s name from a scholarship fund or the School of Public and Environmental Affairs building’s atrium, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the building is named for Smiley. Only the atrium is named for him.

A corrected version of the story is below:

No decision yet by Indiana University on Tavis Smiley honors

Indiana University says it hasn’t decided whether to remove Tavis Smiley’s name from a scholarship fund for the recruitment of black students or the atrium of a campus building

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University says it hasn’t decided whether to remove Tavis Smiley’s name from a scholarship fund for the recruitment of black students or the atrium of a campus building.

Smiley is an Indiana University graduate who grew up near Kokomo. PBS says it suspended Smiley from his talk show after an independent investigation found “troubling allegations” of sexual misconduct.

Smiley has vehemently denied any wrongdoing.

IU spokesman Chuck Carney tells The (Bloomington) Herald-Times that school officials are aware of the allegations against Smiley but that they’ve not reached any conclusions.

Smiley helped establish the $50,000 Tavis Smiley Scholarship Fund and the atrium of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs building on the Bloomington campus is named for him.