April 18, 2009

Seeking Leverage, Minnesota Students Reveal Work with Ombuds

In an attempt to draw attention to their protest against alleged departmental racism, anonymous dance students at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities have written an open letter to the Provost detailing their efforts to find a resolution. The group claims it has shared specific instances of unethical behavior by the administration with a campus Ombudsman. The anonymous students are offering to communicate with the Provost via email, with a comment on their dedicated blog, or through the Ombuds. (This By Us Blog, City Pages.)

Related posts: University of Minnesota Recommends Faculty Ombuds; IOA Board Elects Officers.

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