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Lawsuit filed by CSU-Pueblo professor against President Di Mare remains in litigation

File photo A lawsuit filed against Colorado State University-Pueblo President Lesley Di Mare by professor Timothy McGettigan remains in litigation. The lawsuit, which was filed in January 2015, cited that McGettigan’s First Amendment rights were violated when his email account was deactivated after a mass email was sent out to organize a protest in response to the university’s proposed job cuts. According to McGettigan’s lawyer, Dan Twetten of Loevy and Loevy civil rights law firm, a complaint was filed following the lawsuit. “We filed our complaint and President Di Mare...
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CSU-Pueblo professor’s new book details plan to end racism

Professor Tim McGettigan took a sabbatical to focus on finishing his book "A Formula for Eradicating Racism – Debunking White Supremacy." | Photo by Rachel RiOrio Colorado State University-Pueblo sociology professor Tim McGettigan recently returned to the classroom after taking time to finish a book about ending racism. McGettigan said he took a sabbatical in order to devote 100 percent of his time to finishing his book, “A Formula for Eradicating Racism – Debunking White Supremacy.” “It’s possible to make some progress on scholarly activities during semesters when we teach,...
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CSU-Pueblo professor to study global health pandemics

Sociology professor Tim McGettigan will be studying global health issues in Thailand. Colorado State University-Pueblo sociology professor Timothy McGettigan will be studying global health issues in Thailand under a grant he received from the Fulbright Specialist Program. The study, which begins in the summer of 2015, will allow McGettigan to study global pandemics like Ebola with his colleagues at Bangkok’s Mahidol University. “We live on a crowded planet where pandemics can spread from one continent to another in only a matter of hours,” McGettigan said. “People who are afflicted with...