SCSU Faculty Unhappy With MnSCU Leadership
ST. CLOUD (AP) - Faculty members at St. Cloud State University are showing their unhappiness with the leader of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.
On Monday, the SCSU Faculty Senate overwhelmingly approved a vote of "no-confidence" in MnSCU (MINN'-skew) Chancellor Steven Rosenstone.
The vote comes just over a week after the Winona State University Faculty Senate unanimously approved a no-confidence vote, and days after two faculty unions voted to withdraw from participation in Rosenstone's plan to overhaul system operations.
SCSU faculty members cite Rosenstone for showing a "lack of respect for faculty participation, shared governance and common cause."
In response, MnSCU says it's disappointed in the no-confidence vote and says it welcomes the faculty back to the table any time they choose to return.