Michigan State University trustees dispute reports about president’s future in office

EAST LANSING, Mich. –Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley, who served as the university’s president for three years, is confused about the future of his position.

Some sources say Stanley is expelled due to scandals that took place at Michigan State University. Some of the investigations that are at the heart of major issues were Stanley’s handling of a title ix investigation on campus after former College of Business Dean Sanjay Gupta resigned after failing to report sexual misconduct, the harassment or violence.

Local4 contacted all board members and Stanley and did not hear back from everyone.

Below is a statement from Daniel J. Kelly of the UMS Board of Directors.

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Below is a statement from Dianne Byrum of the MSU Board of Directors.

Stanley leaving Michigan State University would mean the state’s largest university with a $304 million budget would be headless for the third time in five years.

Former Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon was the first to leave in January 2018 around the Larry Nassar scandal. Michigan State University interim president John Engler resigned in January 2019 after making insensitive comments about Nassar’s victims.

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Related: More than 40 people could have known about the crimes of Nassar and Strampel

Below is a statement from the Michigan State University Associate Students.

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