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Concerns raised about academic freedom over University of Denver professor’s punishment

By November 30, 2011

by Kevin Simpson

The Denver Post

 

A charge of sexual harassment that resulted in the suspension of a University of Denver professor last spring has spiraled into an argument over academic freedom that has attracted national attention.

The school found that Arthur Gilbert, a tenured professor at DU's Korbel School of International Studies, "created a sexual harassment hostile environment" in a class he taught for more than 20 years called "The Domestic and International Consequences of the Drug War...

Schools: University of Denver