Faculty Members Seek Answers About Firings at U. of North Carolina Campus

Faculty and staff members at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro are demanding answers from administrators about three employees who were fired on Friday and charged with felonies. According to the university, the three longtime employees were using state-owned cameras for a freelance photography business. The Faculty and Staff Senates were scheduled to meet on Thursday with the university’s chancellor, Linda P. Brady, about whether the administration had acted properly in the firings, among other questions.

GREENSBORO – UNCG employees say they are concerned, outraged and fearful in the wake of the firing and arrests of three longtime university employees. Spoma Jovanovic, a communications studies professor and the chairwoman of UNCG’s Faculty Senate, said employees also were disturbed by a letter made public Tuesday.

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