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Regents to discuss UH President M.R.C. Greenwood’s employment

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    University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood speaks during a Senate hearing and investigation about the cancelled Stevie Wonder concert on Monday

The University of Hawaii Board of Regents is scheduled to discuss the future of embattled President M. R. C. Greenwood  at its Oct. 12 meeting, according to the board’s posted agenda and school sources.

Greenwood is under contract through 2015. She makes $427,512 a year, plus a $5,000-a-month housing allowance.

A university spokeswoman gave the Star-Advertiser a statement related to this week’s Senate hearings from "acting president" John Morton, who is the vice president for community colleges. A spokeswoman has said Greenwood is ill.

The regents meeting is listed as a "personnel matter" to be taken up in a closed-door executive session at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.

Greenwood has been under fire since July in the wake of the Stevie Wonder concert fiasco. She was widely criticized during two meetings of a state Senate Special Committee on Accountability.

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