CorrectionsBecause of an editing error, a correction was not included in the April 25 issue of The Tech. The correction was: the April 21 article “Revision Proposed To Tenure Timeline For Recent Mothers” reported that the proposed changes included making a one-year tenure clock extension for women automatic. In fact, this automatic one-year extension policy has been in place at MIT since 2001, making MIT first to implement it, not Princeton University, as reported in the article.
An April 25 article “IS&T Staff Fixing Recent Problems With Primary Web and Mailing Servers” gave an incorrect date for the start of problems with outgoing.mit.edu, the mail server which handles outgoing mail. The problems began on Friday, April 14, not Friday, March 14. The article should also have given a class year for Mark V. Silis ’99.