Michigan Medicine physician Mark Hoeltzel is under investigation by a state licensing board for sexual misconduct, according to a statement from Michigan Medicine CEO Marschall Runge, executive vice president of Medical Affairs for the University of Michigan.
Michigan Medicine was notified of the investigation in early December and immediately removed Hoeltzel, a pediatric rheumatologist, from patient care duties. He has not been allowed to return to work, and his employment with Michigan Medicine has since been terminated.
Many have hailed Mcity, the University of Michigan’s self-driving car site, as the first of its kind in accelerating the global autonomous vehicle technology. In the last year, though, the campus has played host to far saucier competition: The future of pizza delivery.
After contentious contract bargaining last winter, the University of Michigan Graduate Employees’ Union has focused much of its efforts on equity across its membership of more than 1,800 graduate student instructors, research assistants and staff members.
A new nine-story development, currently engaged in the City Council approval process, may be built on a currently vacant site next to the University of Michigan’s Medical Campus.
At its Nov. 20 meeting, the council unanimously approved the zoning necessary for the development, and Catherine Ann Development, the Bloomfield Hills company responsible for the project, will bring its designs to the council on Dec. 18 for a public hearing and final approval.