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How will Buckingham controversy impact U of S reputation?

The University of Saskatchewan has apologized to Buckingham, but is it enough to restore its damaged position?

University of Saskatchewan says it will restore Robert Buckingham to his tenured academic position

Robert Buckingham was offered a tenured position on Thursday after he was fired on Wednesday. (CBC)

The University of Saskatchewan says it will restore Prof. Robert Buckingham to his tenured academic position, but not to his other post as head of the School of Public Health after he was fired for speaking out against cuts and restructuring plans.

The university has apologized to Buckingham, but is it enough to restore its damaged position?

How will this impact the university's reputation? Who needs to be held responsible?

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