Criteria for Review 1.4
The institution publicly states its commitment to academic freedom for faculty, staff, and students, and acts accordingly. This commitment affirms that those in the
academy are free to share their convictions and responsible conclusions with their colleagues and students in their teaching and in their writing.
We stand for academic freedom and a strong sense of intellectual community characterized by reason, respect, civility and openness of expression."These
essential academic values are imbued in our campus culture. In his first convocation speech, President Zingg reaffirmed his commitment to these values: "No values
of the academy are higher for me. And I look constantly for ways, both concrete and symbolic, to celebrate and to live them.
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