AAUP urges UCSB Chancellor Yang to cooperate with an investigation of the charges against Professor Robinson

Once UC officials announced that no charges would be brought against Professor William I. Robinson on June 25, 2009, the American Association of University Professors responded by writing a letter to UCSB Chancellor Henry T. Yang, urging him to “cooperate fully” with the Academic Senate who, on June 4th, 2009, announced that they passed a resolution to investigate the mismanagement of student complaints against Professor Robinson. For more background an analysis of how the the student complaints were mismanaged and expeditiously processed, please read Academic Senate member and professor Geoff Raymond’s speech, which he delivered at CDAF-UCSB’s forum on academic freedom – an event that took place on May 21, 2009.

Please find the AAUP letter to Chancellor Yang, in its entirety, below:

AAUP Letter to UCSB Chancellor Yang  - June 25 2009

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