Faculty at a fourth University of Maine campus are expressing their concerns over the leadership of Chancellor Dannel Malloy.
The UMaine Machias faculty assembly voted Thursday to support the no confidence votes made by faculty at three other campuses: Farmington, Augusta and Southern Maine.
In a letter, faculty at Machias express their distrust of the university system’s administration, citing layoffs at the Farmington campus and the lack of transparency during the search for the new president at the University of Maine at Augusta.
Malloy did not issue an immediate response to the latest faculty vote. He has previously said he has had to make hard choices while implementing the vision of the Board of Trustees and is committed to working with all faculty, staff, and students.
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