EXAMINING ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE IN PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

 

University of Lethbridge Faculty Handbook referred to by Dean Nicol:


11.02.5

Relationship to the Community

When addressing themselves to the community at large, Members retain the rights and responsibilities which flow from the concept of academic freedom.


11.03

Responsibilities of Members

Members shall act fairly towards students, other Members, and administrators while acting as teachers, colleagues or administrators.  There shall be equitable treatment, no unfair or irrelevant discrimination, objective assessment of performance, due respect for opposing ideas, due acknowledgement of intellectual indebtedness, due respect for privacy and compliance with this Handbook.



Note that Dean Nicol did not specifically quote the article on academic freedom, although he referred to it. That article reads:

11.01.3

The Board and the Association recognize Members’ rights and duties associated with academic freedom, in particular, freedom to form ideas, discuss ideas, publish ideas, and teach ideas which challenge opinions regarding academic, administrative and all other matters.



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