Following Casey Luskin's discovery that the University of California, San Diego requires freshmen to attend an anti-ID lecture, professor of biochemistry Larry Moran thinks that the university should "flunk the IDiots":
I agree with the Dembski sycophants that UCSD should not have required their uneducated students to attend remedial classes. Instead, they should never have admitted them in the first place. Having made that mistake, it's hopeless to expect that a single lecture"”even one by a distinguished scholar like Robert Pennock"”will have any effect. The University should just flunk the lot of them and make room for smart students who have a chance of benefiting from a high quality education.
Larry Moran teaches at the University of Toronto, is co-author of the textbook Principles of Biochemistry, and has several articles on the anti-ID Talk.Origins Archive. I've sent him an e-mail, asking him if this is a policy he himself practices in his classroom.