"I think they have determined in many ways they're going to take a vote," Speck said. "I didn't know what they were going to do, I just felt it was my responsibility to give them a response before they voted because that would be material they could look at."
Speck provided the Faculty Senate with a nine-page response to an ad hoc committee's report detailing why a vote of no confidence is necessary. A final version of that report was given to Speck last week, and he distributed copies of his response before administrators were excused from the meeting.
Monday, October 05, 2009
Chart: Speck not surprised by no-confidence vote
Reporter Brennan Stebbins of Missouri Southern State Univeristy's campus newspaper, The Chart, tracked down President Bruce Speck to get his reaction on today's no-confidence vote by the Faculty Senate.