Tuesday, February 9, 2016

"The idea that a university needs a discrete individual to be in charge of “integrity” or ethical conduct at all seems contrary to the very idea of a university as a place where learned people (teachers) instruct the to-be-learned in academic disciplines all of which have fairly well-understood ethical rules."

The University of North Carolina is creating a new position: "Chief Integrity Officer."

Press Millen, a Raleigh trial lawyer, is not impressed.

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