No confidence measure voted down by Emory Arts & Sciences faculty
- Emory University College of Arts and Science faculty, who account for 20% of the school's faculty, voted down a no confidence motion, 201-133, Friday against President James Wagner.
- Wagner landed in hot water after using the 1787 three-fifths compromise on slavery to illustrate a point on political compromise in Emory Magazine's winter edition, though he later apologized and said he considered slavery to be heinous and inhuman.
- In the wake of the vote, Emory's Board of Trustees remains strongly behind Wagner as the school's president.
From the article:
ATLANTA — Emory University officials say College of Arts and Sciences faculty have voted against a motion of no confidence against President James Wagner. ...
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