The Trustee Board for the University of Purdue and all its regional campuses is established to vote on a civic literacy requirement today, without the formal support of any faculty agency and on the objections of some faculty members.

Irony was not lost at Alice Pawley, an associate professor of engineering education at the West Best Lefayette campus of Purdue and a member of its University Senate and the American Association of University Teachers.

"is like democracy and civic literacy." They are so important, we are willing to be dictators about it, "he said." We are bringing this great configuration change preceding thousands of college students in a way. that does not show an awareness of governance. "

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