Thursday, September 15, 2016

Mangum goes on administrative leave, Robinson appointed interim president

FAMU President Elmira Mangum has gone on administrative leave today as a result of the terms of an agreement between her and the Board of Trustees. The leave will continue through the remainder of her contract, which will expire on April 1, 2017.

The FAMU Board of Trustees (BOT) approved the agreement today with a 10-1 vote.

The “yea” votes came from Matt Carter, Thomas Dortch, Faculty Senate President Bettye A. Grable, David Lawrence, Chair Kelvin Lawson, Gary McCoy, Vice-Chair Kimberly Moore, Belvin Perry, Nicole Washington, and Robert Woody.

One “no” vote came from “Interim” Student Body President Jaylen Smith.

Harold Mills and Craig Reed did not vote.

The BOT unanimously voted to appoint FAMU Professor Larry Robinson to serve as interim president. Robinson previously served as director of the FAMU Environmental Sciences Institute, provost, and interim president.   

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