The Board of Ruids of the University of Michigan fired his president, Dr. Mark Schlissel, Saturday after investigating an anonymous complaint that he was having a matter with a subordinate.

"As you know, the regents received an anonymous complaint with respect to a presumed sexual issue between you and a subordinate. An investigation has revealed that its interactions with the subordinate were inconsistent with the promotion of dignity and the Reputation of the University of Michigan, "said a letter signed by the Regents.

The lyrics cited. "On July 1, 2021, he exchanged emails with the subordinate using his email from the University of Michigan. In this exchange, he affirms that his heart hurts' to what he responds' what responds. Mine too. 'You outside that 'this is my fault' and that is also "with pain". You end up with "I would still like to be strong enough to find a way." "

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    or: "On January 9, 2021, you answered an email of The email address of the official University of Michigan de Subordinate. In his email, the subordinate had d ICHO 'Oh, yes!' In your response, you wrote: 'I love when you say that'. You made a similar commentary in an email dated April 25, 2020 ".

    or: "On September 1, 2021, he wrote to the email address of the Official University of Subordinate and was referred to her as" sexy "."

    Electronic emails "shows that you were communicating with a subordinate through the University of the University of Michigan's email system using an inappropriate tone and inappropriate language," said the letter to Schlissel. "They also show that you were using the official business of the University of Michigan as a means to pursue and carry out a personal relationship with the subordinate." googleg.cmd.push (function () googleg.display ("DFP-AD -Article_in_Article"););

    He was ordered to return all the "associated" properties with the presidency of him and to evict the presidential mansion within 30 days.

    In October, Schlissel announced that he would resign the presidency in June 2023, a year before the end of him previously announced. Schlissel's ad came a little over a year after the faculty members voted limitedly.

    The Government Board released the emails involved.

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    , the Regents, "In the interest of the full public disclosure, we have launched dozens of Dr. Schlissel's communications that illustrate this inappropriate behavior, as well as the letter we sent to Dr. Schlissel explaining our decision. All this information is available on the website From the university. Our community and our state deserve a complete understanding of this situation as possible. "

    Mary Sue Coleman, a former president of Michigan, will serve as an interim president. She is a former president of the Association of American Universities.

    Coleman, in a statement, "While sad by the circumstances, I am honored that they ask me to serve again to the University of Michigan. When I left the Campus of Um at the end of my presidency in 2014 , I said that he fulfilled this great university was the most rewarding experience of my professional life. I am happy to serve again in this important interim role. "

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