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.
Almost 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. In an exclusive interview with The State News, Stanley discussed transparency, healing and moving forward, student success, diversity and inclusion and other goals he has as MSU's next president.
The Michigan State Board of Trustees has unanimously approved Samuel L. Stanley — 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, according to a university press release.
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees will be holding a special meeting Tuesday, May 28 at 10 a.m. in the Hannah Administration Building. The board is expected to discuss and vote on a personnel action and an announcement will be made, MSU Spokesperson Emily Guerrant said.