DENVER — A jury ruled Thursday that the University of Colorado wrongly fired the professor who compared some Sept. 11 victims to a Nazi, a verdict that gives the professor $1 and a chance to get his job back.
"What was asked for and what was delivered was justice," Ward Churchill said outside the courtroom.
Then-Gov. Bill Owens was among the officials who had called on the university to fire Churchill after his essay touched off a national firestorm, but the tenured professor of ethnic studies was ultimately terminated on charges of research misconduct.
Friday, April 03, 2009
Jury Strikes Blow for Incompetent Professors Everywhere
Give me a break. I know Harvard PhDs at the University of Washington who haven't been able to get tenured positions yet, and they give this idiot, with a MS in Communications from some unknown experimental university a department chair at CU. He should have never been hired in the first place. Firing was the correct action.