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MARK KENNEDY

While he has not resigned as president of CU, Kennedy announced Monday, May 10, that he has entered into discussions with the CU Board of Regents regarding “the orderly transition of the presidency in the coming months,” according to a press release from the University of Colorado.
This spectacle around former University of North Dakota president Mark Kennedy drives home a sad reality for our society.
The censure vote was a result of Kennedy’s “failure of leadership with respect to diversity, equity and inclusion,” according to a written motion from the campus’ Faculty Assembly.

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GRAND FORKS — Controversy continues to swirl around the process used to name former University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy to the presidency at the University of Colorado.
GRAND FORKS — Former University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy beat out dozens of candidates with impressive resumes for the University of Colorado presidency, including Mitt Romney's lieutenant governor, a former secretary of the U.S. Air Force and his own replacement.
The oil boom, the DAPL protests and a new nickname, not to mention dominance on the gridiron and the ice, the past decade was definitely dramatic in the state.
Heretofore unseen list of candidates leaked to media outlet in Colorado.
Hagerott advised former UND president to not pursue job in Florida in 2018.

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One of Angelique Foster's primary responsibilities will be to serve as project manager for the strategic planning process,
Mark Kennedy spent day with students and staff, taking on such topics as cybersecurity to space exploration.
Former University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy, who left that position under a cloud of criticism to take a new one at the University of Colorado, did a lot of good things according to interim UND President Joshua Wynne. He said, on this episode of Plain Talk, that you have to "separate the message from the messenger."

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