“Faculty Are Free to … Disagree with Any Policy … of the University … Without Being Subject to Discipline”
Here’s an excerpt from the statement, by University president Robert J. Zimmer:
From time to time, faculty members at the University share opinions and scholarship that provoke spirited debate and disagreement, and in some cases offend members of the University community.
As articulated in the Chicago Principles, the University of Chicago is deeply committed to the values of academic freedom and the free expression of ideas, and these values have been consistent throughout our history. We believe universities have an important role as places where novel and even controversial ideas can be proposed, tested and debat
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