MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin System officials have reinstated UW-Whitewater Chancellor Dwight Watson after finding that sexual misconduct allegations against him were unsubstantiated. System officials placed Watson on paid leave on Sept. 3, saying only that a complaint against him was being investigated. System officials released documents Friday showing Watson had been accused of sexually harassing a former student who has been staying with him at his home. Investigators found no evidence the allegations were true. System officials said Watson will return to work on Monday.