A&S faculty files no confidence vote


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Posted Oct. 17, 2008

Susan Acker
Managing Editor

A vote of no confidence in Provost Alden Reimonenq was issued from the faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences on Oct. 8.

The vote of no confidence with 50 in favor, nine opposed and seven abstentions, comes in the wake of what is being called the termination of Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Fred Yaffe.

According to a press release from the College of Arts and Sciences faculty, “CAS faculty members in attendance were surprised by the announcement and appalled by the fact that no department chairs or faculty had been consulted formally prior to the decision.”

After the announcement was made that the dean was terminated in a faculty meeting Oct. 1, an ad hoc committee of six faculty members was created in response.

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