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- What if dissent was manufactured?
- Why the UBC Leadership Crisis Matters Beyond the Ivory Tower, by Professor E. Wayne Ross
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- 1. Montalbano: "When leaders look more like the customers and clients that they serve, the decisions are better." shar.es/1v21nx 5 hours ago
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Daily Archives: September 21, 2011
One month after more than 100 academics, including six Nobel laureates, wrote to the British prime minister to complain about cuts to chemistry by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), today’s Guardian reports that the mathematicians of the … Continue reading