Moonlighting: Non-Specialists in the News
Not a Fireable Offense [on Kaukab Siddique]
Inside Higher Ed
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania's administration further distanced the college from a controversial professor whose anti-Israel rhetoric and Holocaust denial have aroused widespread criticism, but said he could not be fired for his statements.
The remarks of Kaukab Siddique, associate professor of English and journalism, are "an insult to all decent people," and do not represent the views of the university, Michael B. Hill, executive vice president of Lincoln, said in a statement released Thursday.
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