The memo linked below was sent to various Deans and Department Chairs on April 26. It reflects the concern of graduate students with the Dietrich School’s lack of transparency in its decision-making process. Graduate students from History and Philosophy of Science, which is not being suspended, and from Classics, which is being suspended, participated in the creation of the memo. This memo is made public with the permission of all authors.
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Peter Distelzweig on Pitt AAUP Responds to the Susp…