“No legacy is so rich as honesty.”
“Some things you must always be unable to bear. Some things you must never stop refusing to bear. Injustice and outrage and dishonor and shame. No matter how young you are or how old you have got. Not for kudos and not for cash: your picture in the paper nor money in the bank either. Just refuse to bear them.”
― William Faulkner
Is Maureen Schafer responsible for leaking the confidential damaging audit of the UNR Med School?
Is Maureen Schafer responsible for awarding a $100,000 contract to a former lover that produced nothing of value for the med school?
Was Maureen Schafer removed from the UNLV Med School due to dozens of complaints from her colleagues due to her tyrannical ways and for creating a hostile work environment/?
Is Maureen Schafer being investigated by UNLV and other outside agencies?
You were known as a non listening micro manager at Clark County. How did you get this job again???????! We know. Kevin Page and your plugged in friends.
Well, finally here is an issue crying for micromanagement: UNR Medicare and Medicaid fraud!
UNR leadership doesn’t seem to listen to too many people either, so you will make a good team on this.
With respect to the recent events surrounding the UNR School of Medicine’s longtime billing and disclosure challenges with their faculty practice plan, not only are we working in the dark with our current Chancellor, but our lawyers operate in secret too. And they make up the rules as they go along, or to get along with the precarious and self interested moods of the Regents and the Chancellor.
Laws don’t matter.
Someone needs to ask the lawyers where they were in The twonyearctransition planning. Misty, Matt and Nic. And ask them in the framework of the “laws,” not what the Chancellor or the Regents expect.
The rest of us continue to be trapped here. SOS.
UNLV Faculty has an observation that we need to get off our academic chest:
So, Longtime Las Vegas businessman Don Snyder takes on the role of Acting President prior to Len Jessup taking the job 3+ years ago. Following President Jessup’s move into the role, Snyder manufactures a “PAID ADVISORY” role working with President Jessup for $50,000+ a year including an office and other benefits.
Then, Dapper Don is also methodically responsible for a behind the scenes negotiation of Jessup’s firing with Chancellor Reilly!
Wait! It gets better — NOW, he is working with Chancellor Reilly to become the ACTING PRESIDENT AGAIN! Dapper Don is here to save the day for the shocking vacancy in the President’s office!
1. Just how valuable was the advice provided to now fired President Len Jessup?
2. Is this all a conflict of interest for Dapper Don?
3. Come on Las Vegas? Is there really no one else out there who can be acting President of a Division I University other than a retired business guy with a bachelor’s degree? When are we going to start taking our academic management selves seriously? WHEN? (we know– see the hiring of Chancellor Reilly and the answer is NO)
Dapper Don, stop now while you are seriously and ethically behind. Since you were Acting President the first go around, the law of diminishing returns has really kicked in and it is time to call it a day for everyone’s benefit, including your ego.
Someone tell us who let the Chancellor out of his ruining UNLV job to come ruin TMCC? Who writes letters like this?
Stay down South where no one already wants you because we don’t want you at TMCC messing with our faculty!
While we are all reeling from the loss of UNLV’s amazing President Jessup to an even better institution from the insider work of the NSHE Chancellor and Regents, let’s also take notice that every college and university must also use NSHE lawyers!!! Yes, that’s right — no college or university can hire their own lawyers….every lawyer is owned and operated by NSHE!!! Can you say CONFLICT! It’s real, It’s huge and it’s a joke. Someone also needs to FOIA the external lawyers hired throughout the system so we understand how much is spent in this area by NSHE. Governance reform cannot come fast enough, 2019 legislature.