The Diane Dietz report in the RG is here: The letter to the unnamed professor warned “any further disclosure of confidential documents would be in direct contravention of your responsibility as a member of the faculty.” The letter was signed by Barbara Altmann, vice provost for Academic Affairs. Tagged Doug Park, Faculty Union (United Academics of UO), Governance, Randy Geller, Senate, UO Presidential Archives From what I can tell this ghost written Op-Ed is the last official statement from the UO administration on how Johnson Hall handled the basketball rape allegations. Эвакуация заводского имущества и людей проводилась железнодорожным транспортом двумя эшелонами.
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Geller made this recommendation three weeks after the administration admitted defeat over the faculty union. Our separate policy and personnel review of this situation will continue. We hired an independent law firm, Hershner Hunter, to complete this inquiry so that we can identify how and why confidential documents were disclosed, and take steps to ensure that something like this never happens again. Malamud is the man who worked with Aaron Schwartz to get the federal governments federal court records off their paywalled PACER system, with the help of a cadre of sneaky library patrons, armed with usb keys. (Their free workaround, , works beautifully. The provider of the documents determines what’s confidential or not otherwise disclosable under exemptions to public records law. Circle is completely portable too, so you can follow the fun wherever it goes.