Professor on paid leave while blog posts are investigated
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) – A University of Montana computer science professor has been put on paid leave as the university investigates now-deleted blog posts that slander women, Muslims and LGBTQ people, the university said on Tuesday. ‘university.
Student newspaper Montana Kaimin was the first to report on blog posts by Full Associate Professor Rob Smith in which he said that women start to “lose value” after the age of 16, which loyal Muslims do not. are not peaceful and that child sex trafficking and pedophilia are motivated by the “sins” of accepting queer and transgender people.