June 1st, 2015
HARTFORD — About 50 faculty members, many dressed in white T-shirts
for solidarity, delivered their message of no confidence to the Board of
Regents for Higher Education on Thursday, but many weren't satisfied by
the response they got.
"It was very disappointing that there was
no acknowledgment, much less response to the fact that 92 percent of
the faculty that voted on the no-confidence motion voted in favor [of no
confidence,]" said professor Stephen Cohen, president of the Central
Connecticut State University Faculty Senate. "No response to that at
all. So that suggests that we're not being heard."