Monday, November 2, 2009

Foolishness in Akron

The University of Akron has reserved the right to require applicants for certain jobs to submit a DNA sample. It hasn't demanded DNA from anybody yet. But the policy has rankled some faculty. My colleague David Kaye, who follows legal doctine and fornesic genetics on DoubleHelixLaw, has commented on the new policy.


David Kaye said...

The Akron faculty senate adopted a resolution condemning the policy, and the university seems to be backing away from it. See Confusion over CODIS: Akron Faculty Senate Adopts an Anti-DNA Profiling Resolution.

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