At many higher education institutions, recent academic years have been characterized by debate and conflict over what it means to be a diverse and inclusive campus, how to ensure free speech while safeguarding against uncivil acts, and whether there are limits to civil discourse. Today’s campus environments are reflections of the larger national environment, and in neither arena is there a clear course of action to ensure the best outcome. Indeed, heightened political tensions nationally have increased tensions on campus.
Johnston, S. W. (2017). The Role of Governing Boards in Addressing Campus Tensions. Diversity and Democracy, Spring/Summer 2017, Vol. 20.
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