Image:  The University of Hawai‘i’s Board of Regents won’t vote on a sweeping set of proposals limiting who can be tenured or even hired -- for now. This a welcome reprieve for professors across the state, who together submitted some 600 pages of comments opposing the proposals to the regents ahead of their most recent meeting. But these professors say the danger to tenure looms still: the controversial proposals have been deferred to a special ad hoc committee that includes all...


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