Crandall terminates faculty member after investigation into inappropriate behaviour 


Crandall University has terminated a faculty member after concluding a six-month investigation regarding anonymous social media posts accusing an employee or employees of inappropriate behaviour. The law firm Pink Larkin embarked on an independent investigation in April, which included interviews with community members and a review of documents such as correspondence, emails, and social media posts. The firm’s findings were presented to the Board this week; Crandall terminated the employment of Dr John G Stackhouse Jr after hearing the results. “”We cannot and will not tolerate behaviour from its administration, faculty, or staff that in any way violates the University’s mission and identity,”” said former Crandall Board Chair Sheila Cummings, current Crandall board chair Douglas Schofield, and Crandall president Dr Bruce Fawcett.

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