HONOLULU (AP) - The University of Hawaii's board will resume discussing President M.R.C. Greenwood at a meeting next week.
The Board of Regents called a meeting to discuss Greenwood on Friday after lawmakers grilled her earlier this month about the athletic department's bungling of a concert fundraiser and her response to the slip-up.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that the board will continue its discussion at a previously scheduled meeting in Honolulu on Thursday.
Friday's discussions were closed to the public because they involved personnel issues.
Lawmakers grilled Greenwood about a Stevie Wonder concert that the athletic department planned but the singer never authorized.
The university wired a $200,000 deposit to a company claiming to represent Wonder, only to hear later from the artist's real agents. The university hasn't been able to recover the money.