Interim Constitution: College of Education and Human Development

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The College is committed to values that include commitment to excellence; diversity/inclusion; access that leads to effective support and academic success; cross-fertilization of interests of faculty/students across the CEHD and the University; high-quality instruction and teaching expertise; civic/public engagement; a sense of community among faculty, staff, students, and alumni, and greater connections to PreK-12 and other higher education institutions in Minnesota. Pursuant to these purposes, the CEHD plays a special role in the University’s realization of the egalitarian principles that sustain its vitality as an urban, land grant research institution. This constitution is not part of the employment contract between the University and its employees. It does not establish terms and conditions of employment. All conditions not covered in this constitution shall be governed by University policies and procedures. To the extent that any provision conflicts with a Board or other University policy or procedure, the Board or other University procedure shall govern.


Undated interim constitution.

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University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development. (2006). Interim Constitution: College of Education and Human Development. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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