Due Process at Northwestern

My essay on due process violations at Northwestern University in the cases of David Protess and Michael Bailey appears at InsideHigherEd today. You can read more about the Protess case at my blog College Freedom. Peter Kirstein wrote about academic freedom and the Bailey case at his blog. While the two cases are very different in many ways, what they share is the administration’s indifference to due process and faculty shared governance in high-profile cases of controversial professors.

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