CU's Standing Committee on Research Misconduct to meet Monday on Churchill case
The University of Colorado's Standing Committee on Research Misconduct will meet Monday to begin discussing what action, if any, should be taken against professor Ward Churchill.Update (1June06): As one of our readers points out, the above-noted link to a Rocky Mountain News story goes to a blank page, and a search of the RMN website reveals no new article to take its place. Many newspapers post stories to their websites and then later remove them for reasons of their own. We've started to post relevant quotes to the stories, just so our readers don't think we're making stuff up.
The 12-member committee could forward a recommendation to interim Provost Susan Avery and arts and sciences Dean Todd Gleeson by the end of next week, CU Spokesman Barrie Hartman said.
Avery and Gleeson will then make individual recommendations to interim chancellor Phil DiStefano, who will have the final decision.
That decision could come sometime in June, Hartman said.