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University of Hawaii professor apologizes for making ‘inappropriate’ remarks

Allison Schaefers
STAR-ADVERTISER / JULY 2014
                                UH professor John Learned at a protest against the ouster of Chancellor Tom Apple. Learned apologized Sunday for comments about the quality of education at Kamehameha Schools that he made during a symposium on the Thirty Meter Telescope.
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STAR-ADVERTISER / JULY 2014

UH professor John Learned at a protest against the ouster of Chancellor Tom Apple. Learned apologized Sunday for comments about the quality of education at Kamehameha Schools that he made during a symposium on the Thirty Meter Telescope.

BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                <strong>“We apologize to the entire Kamehameha Schools ohana for the disparaging remarks of one faculty member, who does not represent the positions or views of the University of Hawaii or its leadership.”</strong>
                                <strong>David Lassner</strong>
                                <em>President, University of Hawaii</em>
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BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM

“We apologize to the entire Kamehameha Schools ohana for the disparaging remarks of one faculty member, who does not represent the positions or views of the University of Hawaii or its leadership.”

David Lassner

President, University of Hawaii

STAR-ADVERTISER / JULY 2014
                                UH professor John Learned at a protest against the ouster of Chancellor Tom Apple. Learned apologized Sunday for comments about the quality of education at Kamehameha Schools that he made during a symposium on the Thirty Meter Telescope.
BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                <strong>“We apologize to the entire Kamehameha Schools ohana for the disparaging remarks of one faculty member, who does not represent the positions or views of the University of Hawaii or its leadership.”</strong>
                                <strong>David Lassner</strong>
                                <em>President, University of Hawaii</em>