The medical professor, a former dean of the medical school had led a secret life of illicit drug use, a newspaper reported earlier in the week.
The National Women’s Law Center, joined by more than 50 other groups, said in a letter that Candice Jackson’s remark last week sent a “destructive and inaccurate message.”
A practicing Mormon, Ruthie Robertson said she was given the chance to remove the post, but she stood by her beliefs, which she said she had never expressed in the classroom.
The Chronicle is seeking suggestions for our annual feature on people trying to solve big problems facing campuses with the help of technology.
The technology has powerful implications in distance learning. At the University of Maryland, researchers are using it in projects involving health care, public safety, and education.
Jason B. Jones looks at Seeing AI, a new iOS app from Microsoft that turns the phone's camera into an assistive viewing device.