When Universities make choices, deans must fall in line

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Indira Samarasekera Contributed to The Globe and Mail, May 28, 2014

It has been a miserable two weeks for the University of Saskatchewan, and everyone involved in its recent crisis. It has harmed the institution and all of the individuals involved. By blurring the lines between academic freedom, freedom of expression, and management responsibilities, there is great potential for more damage to be done. By sparking government intervention, university autonomy is placed at risk.


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