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Bath University vice-chancellor survives vote of no confidence

Senate narrowly backs Glynis Breakwell following controversy over her high pay package and unanimous..

By admin , in UK , at November 23, 2017

Senate narrowly backs Glynis Breakwell following controversy over her high pay package and unanimous call at staff meeting for leader to go

The beleaguered vice-chancellor of Bath University has made a public apology and narrowly survived a vote of no-confidence by the university’s senate, shortly after a packed meeting of staff called on her to resign.

Only 19 of the 37 members of the senate – the body responsible for the university’s academic work – voted in support of Glynis Breakwell in the secret ballot on Wednesday afternoon, with 16 voting no confidence in her as vice-chancellor, and two abstentions.

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