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TED University Policy of Academic Freedom

“TED University Policy of Academic Freedom” was published by the Senate of TED University in 2012. According to the policy:

“Faculty members have a right to carry out research of their own undertaking without any interference, or any suppression, subject to the adequate performance of other academic duties and nationally and internationally recognized professional principles of intellectual rigor, scientific inquiry, and research ethics. They should also have the right to publish and communicate the conclusions of the research of which they are authors or co-authors. Faculty members have a right to undertake professional activities outside of their employment, particularly those that enhance their professional skills or allow for the application of knowledge to the problems of the community, provided such activities do not interfere with their primary commitments to this University and the policies of the institution.”

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