Professor’s Union Takes Shot at ISU


0  Updated at 1:41 am, May 27th, 2011 By: Managing Editor
Share This Story

ISU Professor's Union

(POCATELLO) – A college professors union is criticizing policies at Idaho State University. The American Association of University Professors claims ISU can’t maintain high academic standards and still suspend the faculty senate. School administrators disagreed.
“In our opinion, that report is biased, unbalanced, and contains numerous critical flaws,” ISU Director of Communications Mark Levine said. “At no point did AAUP ever contact a single person in the ISU administration or the state board of education in investigating this matter.” ISU officials are confident that a resolution can be reached with the faculty senate this fall.

Stories You May Be Interested In:

Drug busts leads to discovery of new drug in Pocatello

16 Feb 2017

Magdala Louissaint, KPVI

King’s closing all stores by end of the year

21 Feb 2017 staff

UPDATE: Interstate 84 and Idaho 81 reopen after snow storm closure

23 Feb 2017

Nate Sunderland,