Those discussions are scheduled for October 14, one in the morning and another in the afternoon, though no times or locations were announced Monday.
At that point he will be named President Emeritus and will take a one-year sabbatical from the school.
Biondi attended the closed door, no-reporters-allowed meeting before the same group whose “no confidence” vote in October helped force him to announce he will step down.
“I think it adds insult to injury that we were promised something transformative and now we have a pile of rubble,” Randy Vines said.
On the day the university president announces his intention to retire, there’s a leadership change at the board of trustees.
“It’s about building a better future for Saint Louis University and that future is going to begin tonight”
A member of the Saint Louis University Faculty Senate claims the Board of Trustees is flatly ignoring all communications from students and faculty.