1. Academic Freedom: The teacher is entitled to full freedom in the classroom in discussing his/her subject, but he/she should not introduce topics unrelated to his/her subject or related fields.  He/she is also entitled to full freedom in research and in publication of the results of that research.
  2. Public Responsibilities: The Limestone University teacher is a member of the community at large, a member of a learned profession, and a representative of an educational institution. When he/she speaks or writes as a citizen, he/she shall be free from institutional censorship or discipline, but his/her special position in the community imposes unique obligations. The public may judge the individual’s profession and institution by his/her utterances. He/she should at all times be accurate, exercise appropriate restraint, show respect for the opinions of others, and make every effort to indicate that he/she speaks as an individual and not for the University.
  3. Professional Responsibilities: Limestone faculty strive to maintain:  
  • teaching effectiveness.
  • institutional strength and viability.
  • professional competency.
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