Embattled University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill is set to meet with university representatives Tuesday for the first time since the controversy surrounding him exploded.
According to published reports, a faculty committee on research misconduct will address accusations of plagiarism with Churchill.Neither side is commenting about Tuesday's meeting.
CU Professor Ward Church first came under fire for an article on the victims of Sept. 11. Now there are claims that he's lied about his heritage and plagiarized other people's works.
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- May 20, 2005: Indian Tribe Now Says Churchill's Membership Based On Genealogy
- May 18, 2005: Oklahoma Tribe, Embattled CU Prof Dispute Claims About Indian Ancestry
- May 17, 2005: Churchill Denies Plagiarism; Submits Tribal Membership Card
- May 16, 2005: Churchill Faces Deadline To Respond To Plagiarism Charges
- May 4, 2005: Longmont Completes Inquiry Into City Employee With Churchill Ties
- March 30, 2005: Faculty Reviews Churchill By First Examining Themselves
- March 24, 2005: CU: Churchill's Essay Protected But Alleged Plagiarism Needs Further Review
- March 23, 2005: Regents Meet To Discuss Churchill, Hoffman Replacement
- March 14, 2005: Most CU Regents Oppose Any Buyout For Churchill
- March 11, 2005: Churchill Buyout Stalled?
- March 8, 2005: CU: Review Of Churchill Expected To Take Longer
- March 4, 2005: CU President: 'Dangerous Times' For Academic Freedom
- March 1, 2005: Churchill: Artwork Issue Utterly Contrived
- February 26, 2005: Report: CU May Offer Churchill Early Retirement
- February 10, 2005: Churchill Speech At Wisconsin University Given Green Light
- February 9, 2005: Churchill: I'm Not Backing Up One Inch
- February 8, 2005: CU Professor's Speech Goes On, As Scheduled
- February 8, 2005: Controversial CU Professor's Boulder Speech Canceled
- February 5, 2005: CU Professor Refuses To Apologize For 9/11 Essay
- February 3, 2005: Protesters Arrested As CU Regents Meet About Professor
- February 1, 2005: CU Prof's Appearance In New York Canceled
- February 1, 2005: Gov. Owens Letter Calls For Churchill To Step Down
- February 1, 2005: Controversial CU Prof Resigns As Department Chair
- January 28, 2005: School Won't Cancel CU Prof's Controversial Appearance
- January 28, 2005: CU Distances Itself From Prof.'s Controversial 9/11 Remarks
- January 27, 2005: CU Professor Who Suggested 9/11 Attacks Were Justified Stirs Protest