Frank Arpan, Haskell’s new president, will serve the most students the university has had enrolled in a semester in 12 years — a task he isn’t taking lightly.
Clay Mayes, the Haskell Indian Nations University cross-country coach who was fired in April 2022 in what he believes was retaliation for reporting misconduct, is seeking reinstatement to coach the team.
Haskell Indian Nations University, which has been in a state of flux and administrative turnover for years, appears to have a new leader. Also, federal documents shed light on why the former president was fired.
Haskell Indian Nations University has announced Francis Arpan as the new vice president of academics.
Haskell cross-country coach Clay Mayes has been unable to lead practices for five months, he said, pending an investigation into complaints made by a few students. Days after his lawyer made a formal request for an administrative hearing, Mayes’ contract with the university was terminated.
One of the top administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University has announced her retirement, retroactive to May 28, just a month after faculty members issued a unanimous vote of no confidence in her job performance.
Following a recent faculty vote of no confidence in its top administrator and an investigation, Haskell Indian Nations University has a new interim president.
Less than a month after issuing a unanimous vote of no confidence in the president of Haskell Indian Nations University, faculty on Friday took another vote of no confidence — this time regarding one of Graham’s vice presidents.
The Bureau of Indian Education — the federal agency that governs Haskell Indian Nations University — on Tuesday rescinded two March directives that sought to limit how faculty and staff at the tribal university could express themselves.
The faculty of Haskell Indian Nations University has taken a unanimous vote of no confidence in the school’s top leader.
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