Wednesday, November 11, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
157 Bernhard Center
As we all know, academic freedom is critical to our abilities as faculty members to create vibrant scholarship and creative works and for authentic engagement with students. As part of our year-long AAUP Centennial celebration, we invite you to join with faculty colleagues for a lunchtime discussion of academic freedom, including:
- what we can learn from recent national cases about academic freedom
- how WMU can demonstrate its commitment to robust, critical, and honest dialogue
- how campuses can reconcile calls for “civility” with academic freedom
- the role of the AAUP (and the WMU-AAUP) in protecting academic freedom
- how faculty, students, staff, and administrators can be partners in promoting academic freedom.
We invite you to bring your lunch, your ideas, and your questions about academic freedom to 157 Bernhard Center on Wednesday, November 11, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stop by the Bernhard Center cafe to pick up some lunch or just brown-bag it. We’ll provide drinks (sodas and water).
Hope to see you there!