Prof Exposes Himself, Labor Union Says, ‘You Can’t Fire Him’

The College Fix
9 December 2011

University of New Hampshire professor Edward Larkin “took it out”–to use a Seinfeld metaphor–exposing himself to a woman and her child in a grocery store parking lot. But a union arbitrator ruled that the university cannot not fire him over the incident:

Larkin admitted he exposed himself to a mother and her daughter in a grocery store parking lot and was convicted of a felony. It happened in Milford, NH in 2009.

Many taxpayers told WBZ-TV it doesn’t make sense.

“I think it’s disgusting,” said a shopper at the Milford Market Basket. “I pay his salary and that’s wrong.”

The arbitrator’s decision is based on a line in the contract with the UNH Professor’s union. It says a professor has to show “morale delinquencies of a grave nature” to be fired.

An arbitrator found Larkin’s behavior didn’t meet that standard…

The article continues at The College Fix.

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