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UNH provost says no students complained about prof's 9-11 views

AP | August 30 2006

CONCORD, N.H. A University of New Hampshire professor who thinks government officials orchestrated the 9-11 attacks said he doesn't impose his opinions on students, but teaches them to discuss and debate differing viewpoints.

Psychology professor William Woodward belongs to Scholars for 9-11 Truth, whose members believe that Bush administration officials either planned the attacks or allowed them to happen in order to get public opinion behind their policies.

Governor John Lynch says Woodward's beliefs are crazy and offensive. He has asked the university system's trustees to investigate Woodward's teaching practices.

U-N-H Provost Bruce Mallory says no students have complained about Woodward's presentation of his opinions, and that after reviewing course materials and student evaluations, he does not believe Woodward imposed his opinions on students. He says the university doesn't see any reason for a formal review.

But University System Chancellor Stephen Reno said the board of trustees still may ask for a formal review.


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