It has certainly been the hope of this committee that this issue is resolved Friday so that the entire report doesn't have to be made public," Chelf said Wednesday during a meeting with reporters and two members of the committee.
"If (Speck) and the Board come to terms of an agreement this report won't have to be made public."
The five-page report was not made available to the media Wednesday, but Chelf said the update contains examples of "failures of leadership, failures of management, failures of shared governance and failures of judgement and public embarrassment."
"In my opinion, number one on that report would be the song he sang at the rotary club meeting, 'Pink Slip Blues,'" Chelf said. "It was not well received by people who work for Bruce Speck."
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Faculty committee: Deal with Speck or report becomes public
Missouri Southern State University Faculty Senate President Roger Chelf offered a stern warning to the Board of Governors- deal with University President Bruce Speck or the list of 23 complaints compiled by an ad hoc committee will be made public, according to an article in The Chart. The board is scheduled to meet Friday: