FULLERTON — Cal State Fullerton's Academic Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution of no-confidence for embattled Chancellor Ann Reynolds, criticizing her for lack of leadership and fiscal responsibility in managing the California State University system.
The resolution, similar to those adopted by 10 other Cal State campuses, read: "The Academic Senate has lost confidence in both the current chancellor and in the California State University central administration as it is currently structured."
The resolution said Reynolds and her top administrators have "failed to provide the kind of leadership necessary to advance the common mission of the campuses" of the Cal State system. "We request that trustees and the central administration be sensitive to the need for consultation and accountability to the public, students, staff and faculty."
The resolution was adopted unanimously by the 30 academic senate members in attendance at Thursday's meeting in the campus library, CSUF Academic Senate Chairman John Bedell said.