NIU trustees speak on ‘coffee fund’ allegations after meeting
DeKALB – No one publicly mentioned the recent controversy at Northern Illinois University during the first full Board of Trustees meeting of the year Thursday, but a few trustees spoke afterward about allegations of employee misconduct and an off-the-books bank account.
“These are serious matters, and I believe the administration is moving forward in the most appropriate way to address these matters,” said Cherilyn Murer, chairwoman of the NIU Board of Trustees. “I hope to see a resolution as quickly as possible.”
Two NIU administrators left quietly July 31 after signing separation agreements that showed they faced “serious and substantial allegations of misconduct.”
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