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U of Nebraska Regents Fire Tenured Professor

U of Nebraska Regents Fire Tenured Professor

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents voted unanimously to fire Julie Stone, an associate professor of biochemistry at the Lincoln campus.

In its final meeting of the year, the Nebraska Board of Regents met to vote on the termination of a tenured professor, finalize new room and board rates for 2023 through 2026 and revise sponsorship of speakers with student fees, among other items.

The Board voted for the termination of Julie Stone, a biochemistry professor who has been tenured since 2008, and has been on faculty for 21 years.

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