UC Davis' Academic Senate voted to censure university Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi for the events surrounding the pepper-spraying of students by campus police during tuition protests last November.
Faculty leaders this week said Katehi failed "to perform adequately the tasks of her office" and failed to "provide clarity, candor and trustworthy accounts in relation to the events of November 18, 2011."
Katehi has weathered calls for her resignation in the months since the November incident including from the Academic Senate's Executive Council Special Committee, and was sharply criticized by a specially commissioned Reynoso Task Force for the university's response to protests that day.
In her State of the Campus address last month, Katehi said she took "full responsibility for the incident," and has since announced a number of proposed reforms of campus police operations and communications between administrators and the campus community.
Academic senators want a detailed, written plan of action by June 1 and a progress report by Oct. 1.