What Do Michigan State and Meth Have in Common? Teacher on Leave
Michigan State University can't seem to stay out of the news with their staff members. A teacher is now on leave because of a previous history with methamphetamine.
Maybe Someone At Michigan State HR Should Be Fired
There is a problem at Michigan State University that seems to be coming from the human resources department and whoever interviews people for jobs there.
Seems like the background checks are weak and if a problem arises from a staff member whether it's a professor, doctor, administration, staffer, or coach, it seems to get overlooked.
Michigan State Problem Child(s)
Let's start with Michigan State's biggest problem child, team physician, and assistant professor Dr. Larry Nassar. There were several complaints years before he was convicted of 22 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with minors.
Then you have Michigan State University Dean of Students Anthony Williams Jr. resigning because of drunken misconduct while at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators conference in Chicago. Williams drank way too much at a hotel bar which turned into disruptive behavior and provided unwanted contact with a female at the bar and he had to be escorted out.
Most recently, the drama created by now former head coach of the Michigan State football team Mel Tucker being relieved of his duties. Tucker allegedly made sexual comments and masturbated while on the phone with Brenda Tracy who is an advocate and rape survivor.
I have only mentioned a few names, there are other staffers who are no longer at Michigan State for a variety of unethical reasons. Why is there such a trend at MSU with bad hires?
Michigan State Teacher On Leave Involving Methamphetamine
Michigan State's poor hiring skills are in the news again as a professor is now on leave after his past bit him in the wazoo when a prior charge of operating a meth lab in the state of Louisianna while teaching at Nicholls State University was discovered.
According to FOX 17, Michigan State students were the ones who uncovered articles online regarding Professor Brendan Doyle's charges in 2020 of his alleged involvement in running a meth lab. Doyle was sentenced to 180 days in jail but only had to serve 90. Looks like another breakdown in MSU HR offices.