Wednesday, February 26, 2014

You mean we scooped the Tribune

So it seems our humble efforts to keep the community informed have been of some modest benefit. The Chicago Tribune has now reported on this unfortunate misstep for the university, namely a multimillion dollar judgement in a landmark decision. The irony is not lost on me that the university would be found responsible in an Ethics Act case. Even the presence of the first Executive Inspector General, Z Scott, on the CSU Board of Trustees could not prevent this misstep. Luckily for us though the current board has complete confidence in the President or the university might really be in trouble. 
Several loyal readers have asked about details of this case. I will work to provide some insights in this forum for those interested in the anatomy of a $3 million judgement. Look in the upcoming weeks to several posts about this case as I believe it is the first of many to come.

1 comment:

  1. You are a Hero....I admire your courage to stand tall and speak the truth for those of us not tenured and whose life has been sucked out by rabid spider wayne, his enabler attorney spiders weaving their web of lies, & other unethical slimeball enablers in Cook Bulding---i.e., Bernard Rowan.