Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley resigns

Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley announced his resignation in a video message Thursday, saying he had lost faith in the school’s board of trustees.

Stanley came out with a blistering on-set attack. In a Video of 4 minutes and 54 seconds he said he had submitted his contractual 90-day notice for his resignation. MSU spokesman Dan Olsen said Stanley will remain in his current role for 90 days, or until about mid-January, but will not remain on the faculty. His contract had allowed him to join the faculty after retiring or resigning.

After:Read the resignation statement from MSU President Samuel Stanley Jr.

“I have … lost faith in the actions of the current board and cannot in good conscience continue to serve that board,” Stanley said. “Campus actions over the past month have shown the world that Michigan State University will not accept micromanagement by members of the (university’s) operations board and that we will hold individuals, regardless of be their rank, responsible for their action.”

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