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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 13, 1988- Page 5
Faculty code
faces update
next week

JOHN MUNSON/Dally
Another cube feature
Four-year-old Kristin Camper and two friends from the Ann Arbor YMCA Childcare Center experience a thrill of childhood - spinning
the cube in Regents' Plaza. The center offers daycare for children of parents who work in Ann Arbor.

BY NOELLE SHADWICK
A revision of the faculty
discrimination and harassment pol-
icy will be proposed by the Senate
Advisory Committee on University
Affairs at next Monday's senate as-
sembly meeting.
SACUA voted yesterday to pro-
pose at least one motion to endorse
the establishment of a policy and
delineate procedures to protect fac-
ulty and staff from discrimination.
Concerns about the legal and
moral obligations the policy must
have to faculty members prompted
SACUA members to make the pro-
posal.
Sociology professor and SACUA
member Gayl Ness said the policy
has been challenged because of the
fine line between harassment and
freedom of expression. "The
University stands against harass-
ment, but we never aim to disallow
any speech," he said.
SACUA chair Beth Reed said the.
committee would like to see longer-
term harassment policies, and more
clear punishments for harassment.
Carl Cohen, philosophy profes-
sor, has urged rejection of certain
portions of the policy because vari-
ous forms of speech may generate
hostility but should not be consid-
ered harassment.
SACUA hopes that by raising
questions such as "Are academic

freedom and freedom of speech
adequately protected?; What are the
obligations of ordinary faculty?;
should they be more specific? and
what are the 'applicable unit proce-
dures?"' a resolution to change spe-
cific wording and perhaps imple-
ment harsher punishments will be
adopted.
If the first motion is accepted, a
second motion describing the current
discrimination policy "as a basis,
with modification, of an effective
policy," will be made to be acted
upon at a later meeting.

account books
At-A-Glance Planners
Avery labels
binder clips
bookkeeping records
book rings
calculator tape
calendars
carbon paper
clipboards
columnar books
computer sheet binders
date books
envelopes
erasers
file folders
file frames
file pockets
folders

glue pen refills

graph paper
gummed reinforcements
hanging folder
index cards

pens
poster board
poster paint
poster putty

post-it notes
press-on lettering
push pins
receipt books
report covers
ring binders
rubber bands
rulers
sales books
scotch tape
sheet protectors
spiral notebooks
staplers
staples
3-hole punch
typing cartridges
typing paper
typing ribbon
vinyl lettering

Subjects Needed for Study
of New Asthma Medication
at University Hospital
Patient Reaqiirements: Age 18-70 who use inhaled
or oral medications for
wheezing or shortness of breath.

index tabs
legal pads
liquid paper
loose leaf paper
mailing labels
masking tape
memo books

memo pads
mounting tape
padded envelopes
paper clips
paper cubes
pencils
pencil sharpeners

We Must Exclude:

Tlime

Women of child bearing
potential and people taking
Corticosteriods (Prednisone)
1/2-1 hour visit every 2 weeks
for 18 weeks
$100.00 at completeion of study
All medications, equipment,
visits are paid for.
Call Dr. Chauncey or
Rose Willcome
936-5245

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