There have been many problems with UW Platteville lately.
Some of the problems are shown on Corruption.org/.
Being that this was supposedly a "Christian university," the candidate even turned down another job when she was offered that job two months before Indiana Wesleyan could finalize their search.
The committee also knew that she turned down another job out of being "ethical." The SC chair promised the candidate that he would let her know the result either way.
Issues have included members of administration in black face for halloween, an official policy of "no fat people" on the website, faculty members having their book orders cancelled, a lowering of academic standards to allow more athletes into the College, and the President vetoing faculty votes on a whim. Sent another email to follow up, and they wrote back that they had moved on because they were on a tight schedule.
The College is in debt and will likely be bankrupt within ten years. I was first contacted in the spring of 2015 to arrange the first round of interviewing, a conference call with the respiratory therapy program director and a few other managers of other departments.First round interviews required the submission of course curricula for specific CSUSB courses without a clear statement for how intellectual property would be treated or preserved. The search committee was made up of four men and only one woman, a pianist.The candidate who accepted the position was disparaged online by a member of the CSUSB system (including a statement *incorrectly* pointing out the candidate's ethnicity) as documented by IP address. On the first day of the interview, at breakfast, it was only the candidate and the woman SC member.When I emailed to ask what happened to the Senior Lecturer job, their HR person replied with a vague "that position is no longer available." They also offered the job very late in summer which caused a LOT of problems with my previous job.Working there entails teaching a six-course load, yes, that's right, a six course load.