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Letter to A&S Faculty responding to recently released emails Jul. 7, 2008.
This letter is the official response of the Arts & Sciences Council rearding the "under the bus" emails. It expresses the view that the emails reveal disregard on the part of the Administration when presented with a thoughtfuly considered No-Confidence vote.
See the emails below via the Movements section.
Blade, Letter to the Editor: Make UT a 'Learning-centered' institution. May 31, 2008.
In this well-circulated piece by Religious Studies Chair Richard Gaillardetz, the author presents an alternative key-value for the University that considers students as a little more than consumers and the University as more than a profit-driven business [which, as a non-profit simply uses its greater income to provide a greater number of 'goods and services'].
Toledo City Paper: A Brave New Entity April 30, 2008
This article addresses in detail the implications of and perspectives on the ambiguous "New Entity" initiated in President Jacob's State of the University Address.
UT News: Work under way to update UT Policies. Apr. 14, 2008
This article announces the creation of a committee to evaluate and "vet" all existing policies on all campuses, to bring them into line with one another, and gather them at a common location.
Please go to the central Policies Web Page, where you will be able to view and comment on proposed policies before they are approved. Each policy is posted for only 30 days.
Arts & Sciences Council E-Forum
This discussion forum is now open to anyone with a free Google ID for posting, and is overflowing with other resources, opinions, discussions, and links not listed on this site. Do NOT miss it!
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