Michigan State University’s Faculty Senate will hold a no confidence vote in the school’s Board of Trustees Tuesday. The vote is, in part, the result of the Board’s appointment of former governor John Engler.
Michigan State University faculty are moving ahead with a motion to hold a no-confidence vote on the school’s board of trustees in response to the board’s decision to hire former Gov. John Engler as interim president.
Michigan State University has a new interim president. On Wednesday, the MSU Board of Trustees named John Engler to that post. Engler is a former Republican governor of Michigan who served from 1991 to 2003.
Michigan State University Trustee Brian Mosallam will lead small and large group discussions with the MSU community tomorrow, February 1st, 2018 at 6-8pm. This event will be located at the Kellogg Center in Room Big Ten C.