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Cornerstone University's New President Is Under Fire. Ex-Colleagues See a Pattern.

Cornerstone University's New President Is Under Fire. Ex-Colleagues See a Pattern.

Last May, Gerson Moreno-Riaño was appointed as the 12th president of Cornerstone University, a small, Christian liberal arts school in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The day before his formal installation in October, Cornerstone’s faculty voted no confidence in his ability to lead as president, citing a culture of “fear and suspicion” and the last-minute departures of at least eight faculty and staff. Before working at Cornerstone, Moreno-Riaño served as Regent University's executive vice president. Now, several former Regent employees are calling the pattern at Cornerstone eerily familiar.

Cornerstone University Votes No-Confidence in President the Day before Inauguration

Cornerstone University Votes No-Confidence in President the Day before Inauguration

On Thursday, faculty at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, voted no confidence in the Christian school’s incoming president Gerson Moreno-Riaño, one day before his scheduled inauguration.