But will he lose his tenure?

Sure, this sounds bad, but apparently he’s brought in lots of grant money and any good defense lawyer will take up the UO administration’s argument and claim it’s part of his important research with bodily fluids. From the BBC:

 

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5 Responses to But will he lose his tenure?

  1. Stanley M. says:

    How did he get this protocol through IRB? Asking for a friend.

  2. Anon says:

    UOM seems to be on a binge of support for the Freyd lawsuit, with a majority of recent posts devoted to it. Its a complex business, and I encourage folks to read the various documents available…from every angle ; Professor Allen really did claim the Gates grant as his, and never indicated that his part was a small fraction of the 3+ million.
    Research universities usually make their external funding level a big piece of their ‘boasting’. Here is the press release from the Univ of Utah on their election to AAU last week [https://attheu.utah.edu/facultystaff/the-u-invited-to-join-the-association-of-american-universities/].
    Notice the emphasis on research dollars.

    It is indeed a puzzle why UO has not been booted out of AAU.

  3. Outsider says:

    More international news (re: donor going to court over naming rights):

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/peter-a-allard-school-of-law-ubc-name-on-degrees-1.5353708

    Maybe you can find a copy of the gift letter?

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