Administrative unrest continues at St. Joseph's University.
Faculty members in the Haub School of Business last week voted "no confidence" in the president, the Rev. C. Kevin Gillespie, who has been at the helm for nearly two years. They cited ongoing concerns about the school's financial health and what they called Gillespie's inability to set forth a "unifying and achievable vision for the long-term health and flourishing" of the university.
"It's nothing personal," said Claire A. Simmers, professor and chair of the management department. "Not everyone is in the job that they're best suited to do."