academic freedom

“Get Science Right” campaign comes to Queen’s

“There is a war on science in Canada,” Professor John Smol said, as he addressed a packed room of over 100 local researchers, professors and graduate students at Botterell Hall, Thursday afternoon.Continue...

Letter to the editor: Shirkhanzadeh on his third strike

Professor Shirkhanzadeh has been found guilty of harassment. What farce.Continue...

Breaking: Professor suspended for three days for workplace harassment

Last updated: Aug. 20 at 11:04 p.m.
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Professor Morteza Shirkhanzadeh learned on Monday that he would be suspended for three days without pay for workplace harassment....Continue...

Queen’s professor has papers retracted

The CDIO Initiative in Sweden retracted four conference papers written by a Queen’s professor of engineering on July 1 following a directive from Queen’s University.Continue...

June 30: Professor's academic freedom violated — and other letters to the editor

RE: Professor’s academic freedom violated, report findsContinue...

Teachers' association questions University’s actions

The University’s attempts to prevent the release of a report on alleged violations of academic freedom are unprecedented, according to the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).Continue...

UPDATED August 19: Timeline of the Shirkhanzadeh academic freedom case

An updating timeline of Dr. Shirkhanzadeh's allegations of research misconduct at Queen'sContinue...

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