The University of Colorado Board of Regents meets this evening to discuss the Ward Churchill imbroglio. I got curious to know what the relevant UC policy is--from first to last, I have yet to hear anyone say that due process ought to apply in Churchill's case. To hear some people talk, nothing he could possibly say is actionable, and to hear others, if he offends people, that's enough to get him fired.
Here's the relevant policy. If anyone can find in it the part where he can be terminated for pissing people off, I'd love to be enlightened:
Nonreappointment, Termination, Suspension, Dismissal and Resignation