The University of Rhode Island (URI) has decided not to revoke a 2014 honorary degree given to alum Michael Flynn, who served as former President Donald J. Trump’s national security adviser and pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI 2017, Military.com reported.
Trump pardoned Flynn 2020.
URI President Dr. David Dooley will not forward an undisclosed recommendation to the Board of Trustees about the honorary degree, a school spokesperson told The Providence Journal.
“The Board supports the president’s decision and no action will be taken at this time,” school spokesperson Linda Acciardo said in a statement. “He is not forwarding a recommendation to the trustees. The degree stands.”