Citing concerns about shared governance, improper influence and "irresponsible behavior," a pair of Texas A&M University groups have drafted resolutions of "no confidence" in A&M System Chancellor Mike McKinney.If they were real Ags, they would have come up with 12 concerns.
Members of the Council of Principal Investigators can vote on the resolution online until 4 p.m. Friday. The group of about 40 people represents about 2,500 members of the Texas A&M research community.
The Texas A&M University Faculty Senate is scheduled to vote on its no-confidence resolution at a special meeting Tuesday in Room 601 of Rudder Tower.
The CPI resolution lists eight concerns about McKinney
Friday, June 26, 2009
Despite hearing from both Chancellor McKinney and President Loftin, the faculty don't seem to be calming down.