Posts Tagged ‘vote of no confidence’

Spectrum | Apr. 27 4:00 pm EST
From the paper

No confidence? Spectator readers would like to disagree

Courtesy Columbia Engineering

Margaret Mattes reports in today’s paper that

“…tensions between Peña-Mora and the faculty remain high. Central administrators and School of Engineering and Applied Science faculty members are working to ease that tension by developing structural changes to the school, but for many professors, there’s still only one viable solution: Peña-Mora’s resignation.”

The four anonymous professors that Mattes spoke to all seems to think that the only way forward is for Peña-Mora to step down, citing their lack of trust in him due to his lack of experience and inability to understand and meet the needs of the entire school, as well as his tendency to make decisions without consulting others in the department. More »