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University of St. Thomas dean Mario Enzler resigns after accused of falsifying education credentials, Houston Chronicle says

University of St. Thomas dean Mario Enzler resigns after accused of falsifying education credentials, Houston Chronicle says

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — University of St. Thomas’ business faculty dean Mario Enzler has resigned soon after allegations that he falsified his instruction qualifications, according to ABC13 partners at the Houston Chronicle.

Enzler is accused of landing his task at the private Catholic college by allegedly lying on his resume about many degrees that seemingly do not exist.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the Italian college where Enzler stated he acquired a doctorate does not provide Ph.D.’s, and the establishment wherever he said he bought a bachelor’s diploma is truly a large college.

Affiliate Professor of Accounting John E. Simms instructed the Houston Chronicle that several professors were being involved about Enzler’s style of management and began point-checking his resume on their own.

They accused Enzler of lying about his schooling qualifications and wrote a letter to the College of St. Thomas Board of Administrators in April.

The worried college associates mentioned that Enzler ought to have under no circumstances been employed as dean.

The lookup committee in the long run decided that Enzler was not qualified for a business deanship, because he evidently held a Ph.D. in songs and a bachelor’s degree in classics, the professors stated in the letter. He was chosen in any case and held the placement for two many years, they said.

St. Thomas officials on Tuesday confirmed Enzler’s resignation to the Houston Chronicle but declined to remark on the surrounding instances.

“The University of St. Thomas recognized Mario Enzler’s resignation on Friday afternoon,” spokeswoman Sandra Soliz explained in a assertion. “He is shifting on to the next chapter of his existence.”

Simms told the Houston Chronicle he turned offended when he uncovered Enzler’s allegedly falsified history, particularly performing for a Catholic establishment that should really value fairness and reality.

Ramon Fernandez, a tenured assistant professor of accounting, reported he problems about the system, and the college leaders guiding it that led Enzler to be hired.

“I just will not want it to come about again,” Fernandez instructed the Houston Chronicle. “Genuinely, the dude is charlatan, he is a fraudster and he’s a con artist.”

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