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Archive for Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Interim vice provost of diversity, equity named

April 15, 2009

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Fred Rodriguez, associate professor in Kansas University’s School of Education, has been named as KU’s new interim vice provost for diversity and equity.

In addition to serving in the education school’s department of curriculum and teaching, Rodriguez also serves as director of both the Multicultural Scholars Program and the Professional Development Schools Alliance.

He was the school’s interim dean from 2004 to 2005, and was director of the Center for Teaching Excellence from 1997 to 2001.

Rodriguez will replace Maurice Bryan, who on July 1 will become director of employment practices at California State University-Chico.

Comments

Confrontation 5 years ago

It's nice to see that two of the biggest racist idiots decided to post first on this story. You're real wastes of life.

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ArumerZwarteHoop 5 years ago

“Interim vice provost of diversity, equity”

What a phony position, these people in academia are an utter waste of the oxygen they breathe.

Rodriguez, huh………….what are you going to teach? “anchor baby 101”, “how to exploit social welfare”, “insurance scams”, “pretending not to speak English at the ER”

It’s good to know where my tax dollars are going.

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SettingTheRecordStraight 5 years ago

A quick review of KU's office of diversity and equity reveals that it is connected with student courses focused on "transgender, transsexual, and intersexual identities; and queer theory."

Should I be shocked that my tax dollars go to fund this?

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