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CFA in the News (Summer edition)
Coverage of call to protect academic freedom, reinstatement of Fullerton lecturer

First Look: Suspended California instructor to keep his job
Politico
The California Faculty Association will announce today that Eric Canin, an anthropology lecturer at California State University, Fullerton, who got into an altercation with a group of College Republicans during a campus demonstration in February, will keep his job, Morning Education has learned.

Professor reinstated after GOP student assault accusation
Associated Press
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — A California professor facing termination over a run-in with pro-Donald Trump student demonstrators has been reinstated after arbitration, though the school maintains he acted improperly.

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Correcting the record
Inside Higher Education
California State University, Fullerton, has reinstated a part-time faculty member it terminated this year after he was accused of hitting a student at a political rally.

Lecturer Eric Canin to return to CSUF following investigation into misconduct
Daily Titan
Anthropology lecturer Eric Canin will return to teach at Cal State Fullerton this fall after Arbitrator Jan Stiglitz concluded that his actions during an altercation that occurred Feb. 8 warranted a two-month suspension.

Cal State instructor accused of assaulting GOP students reinstated
Press Telegram
An anthropology instructor who lost his job after being accused of assaulting a conservative student during a campus protest at Cal State Fullerton will be allowed to return to work.

Suspended CSUF teacher says Breitbart lied about protest clash
MyNewsLA
A Cal State Fullerton part-time anthropology lecturer, who was suspended for two months following a conflict with a President Donald Trump supporter on campus, appeared before the California State University Board of Trustees Tuesday to warn about the dangers of snap judgments resulting from political disputes.

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