Cornerstone U. Returns to Tenure System

February 22, 2010

Cornerstone University, in Michigan, has announced that it will resume a tenure system for new faculty hires, three years after the board voted to stop offering tenure, The Grand Rapids Press reported. Faculty members opposed the shift three years ago and asked the board to reconsider. Dan Wielhouwer, president of the board, said: "Do-overs are great. And we're going to do it right this time."

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