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This report reviews the definition of "due process" and describes its evolution as a legal principle. It then explains how academic presidents, deans, department chairs, and professors should handle due process in their day–to–day work. Readers will find a new systemic framework for improved decision making, including case studies that offer a more comprehensive explanation of due process and its implications for campus life.
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