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In fact, former Rawls College Dean Allen McInnes, himself without tenure, nominated Dr.
But "unless enough teaching positions open up elsewhere in the district, two Beal teachers without tenure are vulnerable to layoffs," the superintendent wrote.
Without tenure, many non-HBCU college campuses throughout the country are missing out on diverse perspectives.
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But opponents contend that without tenure, teachers would erode teacher quality by making recruiting more difficult--especially at rural schools--and making educators fearful of speaking out on controversial subjects for fear of losing their jobs.
Proponents for maintaining tenure rely heavily on the idea of academic freedom, arguing that without tenure, professors are at the mercy of students, administration, and trustees whose political views may differ.
A nontenured faculty member can serve without tenure at the university for a maximum of seven years.
Questions posed to the group included whether programs should be academic departments offering tenure in bioethics, whether programs should offer faculty appointments without tenure, and how best to foster a diverse and successful faculty.