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Former dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel was convicted Wednesday of misconduct in office and of two counts of willful neglect of duty. However, he was found not guilty of charges of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.
The fifth day of Lou Anna K. Simon’s ongoing preliminary exam was in session Tuesday in Judge Julie Reincke’s courtroom. During the hearing, Reincke hinted that Simon's case could move to trial, saying, "I think (documents presented) provide probable cause that Dr. Simon knew what was going on."
What was expected to be the last day of former dean of the Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel's trial began with the prosecutor's closing remarks made by Assistant Attorney General Danielle Hagaman-Clark.
Ex-dean of Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel was found guilty of misconduct in the office and on two counts of willful neglect in relation to his role as ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar's boss Wednesday morning. He was found not guilty of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.
The defense made its case Monday in the trial of former Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) dean William Strampel. The defense called two witnesses, and Strampel waived his right to testify.
Provost June Youatt testified Friday she was aware of complaints of inappropriate behavior and comments by former dean of Michigan State's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel, but still recommended to allow him to continue serving as dean. Another witness testified Strampel served as a male clinical skills model for students and invited her to watch even though she wasn't studying as a medical student.
After four days of testimony from witnesses who allege that William Strampel, former dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM), had mismanaged his position for sexual gain, the focus of the trial shifted on Thursday to his alleged mishandling of disgraced former MSU doctor Larry Nassar.
Activities and events — like the East Lansing Art Festival, the annual Woofer Walk & 5k and Be a Tourist in Your Own Town — have already taken place in the area.
A witness testified Tuesday, at the fourth day of William Strampel's trial, that it was “rare" for Strampel, former dean of Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM), to not say sexually inappropriate comments within professional meetings.
A witness testified Monday that former dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) William Strampel groped her during a scholarship banquet and told her during academic meetings to “dress sexier” and “to be more submissive to men.”
The Michigan State Department of Theatre announced this year’s Summer Circle Theatre program theme is "Laughing Matters," and will be focused on various forms of comedy.
Two more witnesses gave testimonies Friday at ex-dean of Michigan State's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel's second day of trial.
Naked photos found on former dean of Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel’s computer were directly interacted with before their deletion, an investigator testified Thursday during the first day of Strampel’s trial.
Accusations flew during a contentious first day of trial for former dean of Michigan State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel, which took place inside Veterans Memorial Courthouse on Thursday.
Former Dean of Michigan State's College of Osteopathic Medicine William Strampel's trial began today at Veteran's Memorial Courthouse in Lansing with opening statements and witness testimony.
Incoming Michigan State President Samuel Stanley Jr. — after being unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees at a meeting Tuesday — formally made his first appearance in the MSU community at a community reception held Thursday morning.
Former Marquette Power Forward Joey Hauser announced Tuesday on Twitter his intention to transfer to Michigan State. The Stevens Point, Wisconsin native will be forced to sit out the 2019-20 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
About a year after the MSU Board of Trustees announced they were going to hold a presidential search following ex-MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon's resignation in light of the university's handling of Larry Nassar's sexual abuse, the university announced that its next president is going to be Samuel Stanley Jr. — Stony Brook University's president for nearly 10 years.
Samuel Stanley Jr. was unanimously approved as Michigan State's new, permanent president Tuesday morning by the Board of Trustees. Stanley will begin his term as president August 1, 2019.
The Michigan State Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve Samuel L. Stanley Jr. — Stony Brook University president for almost 10 years — as MSU’s next president at a special board meeting this morning. Stanley will officially begin his term as president on August 1, 2019.