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March 20, 1998 | MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Expressing overwhelming discontent and mistrust in their leader, members of Fullerton College's Faculty Senate on Thursday cast a vote of "no confidence" in President Vera M. Martinez. Senators called Martinez's responses to their complaints about her leadership "whitewash" and said their problems with her are far more serious than simple miscommunication. "This isn't a matter of perception," Senate President Mike Moore said. "This is a matter of conduct."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1999 | Tina Nguyen, (714) 966-5673
The North Orange County Community College District has rejected a $3-million defamation claim filed against it by the former president of Fullerton College. Vera Martinez, 58, filed the claim alleging that the district wrongfully fired her from the top college post last July. Martinez, who served as president for four years, was dismissed after the college's faculty senate cast a vote of "no confidence" against her.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1998 | MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On the eve of a no-confidence vote against her, Fullerton College President Vera M. Martinez called on the faculty in a conciliatory 30-page memo to work with her on resolving complaints about her leadership style. The Faculty Senate alleges that Martinez has, among other things, failed to work with faculty on planning and budgeting issues, repeatedly violated district policy on hiring and refused to adhere to long-standing curriculum processes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1998 | MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Expressing overwhelming discontent and mistrust in their leader, members of Fullerton College's Faculty Senate on Thursday cast a vote of "no confidence" in President Vera M. Martinez. Senators called Martinez's responses to their complaints about her leadership "whitewash" and said their problems with her are far more serious than simple miscommunication. "This isn't a matter of perception," Senate President Mike Moore said. "This is a matter of conduct."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1999 | Tina Nguyen, (714) 966-5673
The North Orange County Community College District has rejected a $3-million defamation claim filed against it by the former president of Fullerton College. Vera Martinez, 58, filed the claim alleging that the district wrongfully fired her from the top college post last July. Martinez, who served as president for four years, was dismissed after the college's faculty senate cast a vote of "no confidence" against her.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1995
Enrique (Kiki) Zuniga goes to high schools, elementary schools, junior highs, prisons and neighborhood garages to push people into thinking about college degrees and bettering their lives and communities. The 21-year Fullerton College counselor and education instructor said he is always teaching others to become teachers--in his classroom, his office or wherever he finds a need for his message: "Aim to make a difference in society."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1998 | MIMI KO CRUZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On the eve of a no-confidence vote against her, Fullerton College President Vera M. Martinez called on the faculty in a conciliatory 30-page memo to work with her on resolving complaints about her leadership style. The Faculty Senate alleges that Martinez has, among other things, failed to work with faculty on planning and budgeting issues, repeatedly violated district policy on hiring and refused to adhere to long-standing curriculum processes.
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