What Happens to Tenured Professors When a Public University Closes and Gets Merged Into a Newly Created Public University?
by Richard Fossey & Robert C. Cloud - September 05, 2017
This commentary examines the conditions through which tenure protects professors, but can also be revoked, and specifically analyzes the 2017 Fifth Circuit court case of Professor Alexander Edionwe, who sued UTRGV president Guy Bailey when his tenure position at UT Pan Am dissolved due to the creation of UTRGV and closure of UT Pan AM.
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