University of Louisville officials are suspending their search for a permanent replacement for former Education Dean Robert Felner, who was recently sentenced to 63 months in prison for charges related to the misuse of federal funds.
Former University of Louisville Education Dean Robert Felner issued a guilty plea in federal court today (Friday) to charges stemming from his misuse of federal grant funds. Felner’s plea could help him avoid decades of prison time.
More than a year after the investigation into Robert Felner began, University of Louisville officials say the school remains viable for students and grants.
A University of Louisville panel has found no wrongdoing in the awarding of a doctorate degree to a student of former Education Dean Robert Felner.
The College of Education at the University of Louisville is preparing a new training program in response to an internal audit.
The University of Louisville continues to conduct reviews in the wake of former Education Dean Robert Felner’s indictment.
An audit of the University of Louisville’s grant management process has not revealed any major procedural flaws.
Former University of Louisville Education Dean Robert Felner has been indicted. On Wednesday U.S. Attorney David Huber announced ten counts of mail fraud, money laundering and tax evasion for Felner, and four similar charges for Felner’s associate, Thomas Schroeder.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $3.1 million grant to the University of Louisville’s College of Education, even though the college’s former dean is currently under investigation for his handling of previous grant funds.
A federal criminal investigation of former University of Louisville Education Dean Robert Felner is expected to end this month. Officials are looking into his handling of federal grant money.