I Am A Scientist


So JS has added to her myriad duties, and likely added to her hideously inflated salary, the post of "Dean of Sciences." She now supervises, ostensibly, Funkhouser, Head, Heintz, Klopfenstein, Kropiewnicki, Myers, Smith, and Zhao; however, we have seen an inclination to mission creep, and one wonders if JS can respect Dean Walters' boundaries. Dividing the divisive division: some strategy. Wonder if it will work? Time will tell.

5 comments:

Class of '04 said...

Oh gosh, it is just so Ken. Psssst, Jane. The bus is coming.

Steveskid said...

A P. E.degree running a science division, and a Business one running the arts division. Makes sense.

Class of '04 said...

Not a problem, Steve's kid. Reality is what Ken's delusional world says it is. I just hope Jane's ready for that bus coming at her.

Everyone needs to read the KY and JS dissertations. What a hoot!

From the dark said...

It makes perfect sense; Edison Administrative sense. Heck, if you know what you are doing and try to do it with academic honesty, you could wind up on the hot seat as many good faculty can attest to.
Board, you are so late in listening to the faulty. The good people that have passed one way or another, the lost of great minds and great work, oh, so lost to Edison and its Students. I have never seen such a heroic group of faculty standing their ground. Ann Rand, eat your heart out. If you really want to understand Howard Roark’s mind, you should have been a faculty member at Edison during the late 80's, the 90's and now. They have real individual heroism and idealism, not phony baloney me, me me stuff.

From the dark said...

Yah! How did Jane and KY ever let someone put their dissertations out in the library. I bet they don't even know they are there. Better read them before they disappear.

Board, you don't need a Ph.D. to know what stuff these two are made of; just read their dissertations.