The professor who tweeted â€œ[President] Trump must hangâ€ and â€œjustice = the execution of two Republicans for each deported immigrantâ€ will not be returning to teach in the fall, according to a Saturday report.
California State University, Fresno President Joseph Castro announced that history professor Lars Maischak would not be returning to teach at the school in the fall semester, according to The Los Angeles Times. But while the professor will not be returning to campus, his contract does not expire until May 2018, and he is tasked with converting 2 courses into online formats.
â€œHas anyone started soliciting money and design drafts for a monument honoring the Trump assassin, yet?â€ Maischak asked in another since-deleted statement, first reported by The Daily Caller News Foundation in April. (RELATED: Professor: â€˜Trump Must Hang,â€™ Republicans Should Be Executed For Each Immigrant Deported)
â€œDr. Lars Maischak, Fresno State History lecturer, will not be teaching this fall,â€ said Castro in a Friday statement. â€œIn accordance with California State University, Fresnoâ€™s contractual obligation, Dr. Maischak has been assigned to convert two courses to an online format which meets his unit requirement per the faculty collective bargaining unit agreement.â€
The school president mentioned that the two courses will meet the Quality of Online Learning and Teaching Standards set forth by California State University. Maischakâ€™s â€œcontractual assignmentâ€ finishes December 20, 2017 and his contract expires in May 2018.
The professor originally took a voluntary, paid leave of absence after mass publication of his remarks.
UPDATE: California State University, Fresno responded to TheDCNFâ€™s request for comment post-publication with clarification on details concerning Maischakâ€™s contract and assignment to convert courses to online formats.
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