Michigan State University Faculty Senate votes no confidence in Board of Trustees

Faculty leaders unhappy with interim president choice

EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State University is still dealing with the fallout from the Larry Nassar scandal as calls for change grow even louder. 

The university's Faculty Senate held a meeting Tuesday to cast a vote of no confidence against the school's Board of Trustees. 

This came after the Board named former Michigan governor John Engler as interim president of the university. The Faculty Senate said they are concerned about how the Board's decision impacts the MSU community.

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