UWS Faculty Hold Teach In

Instructors are Protesting the University's Decision to Suspend Academic Programs

SUPERIOR, Wis. – Faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Superior are holding a teach in on Monday and Tuesday to protest the University’s recent decision to suspend 25 academic programs.

The teach in is an open public classroom taught by faculty members from many different programs.

It’s a discussion about why the suspensions happened and it’s designed to help the campus move forward.

“My expertise was not really consulted or considered in this decision and I think a teach in is a way for me to sort of recover what was lost,” said Meg Krausch, Assistant Professor of Sociology.

The teach in continues Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. until noon and again from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.

It’s being held in the Multicultural Center in the Old Main building.

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