Professor Cleared to Teach After Furor Over Race

March 21, 2016

By Scott Jaschik at Inside Higher Ed

The University of Kansas on Friday informed Andrea M. Quenette, assistant professor of communication studies, that she has been cleared of wrongdoing in an investigation overcomments she made about race in a graduate course in November. Quenette had been suspended while the investigation was going on — and the incident and its aftermath have been of concern to many advocates for academic freedom.

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