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Topic - James Geddes
Few would disagree that conservative professors are an endangered species on campus, which is why the University of Colorado Board of Regents is scheduled to consider Thursday a resolution that would prohibit discrimination based on "political affiliation or political philosophy."
"If we don't do that, that's a dead department. It's dead," said Mr. Geddes. "Nobody's going to challenge anyone else, nobody's going to debate, because they all think the same."
James Geddes, the Republican regent leading the charge, said the university could raise its national reputation by taking "an active approach" in diversifying its academic departments.