Marshall faculty, students decry fund switch
English professor Mary Moore asks Marshall University President Stephen Kopp a question during the meeting. Some faculty members are upset at Kopp's recent decision to sweep all departmental money into a central account. They say they weren't told of the decision until after it was done.
MU Students, Faculty Speak Out On Kopp Revenue Move
The majority of Marshall University faculty members voted that they have no confidence in President Stephen Kopp, following an incident in which he transferred funds from nearly all department accounts into a centralized pool.
A faculty member displayed the Thursday, April 18 edition of The Parthenon during the Marshall University Board of Governors' regularly scheduled meeting in the Shawkey Dining Room, Thursday, April 18, 2013, in Huntington, W.Va.
Students protest outside of a Marshall Board of Governors meeting Thursday. Some want President Stephen Kopp to resign over a recent decision he made to sweep departmental money into a central account. Kopp has apologized for the decision, but administration officials said he made the right call.