Of course the Board should treat all applicants equally...why is this news? But then, consider the source. Dr. Garg...methinks thou dost protest too much.
April 5, 2014 at 10:51 a.m.
You are delusional if you think any college campus can guarantee the safety of student.
March 28, 2014 at 8:40 a.m.
dumb, you are wrong about akron's financial debt...they are in far worse shape that ysu, to the tune of 24 million. akron went on a massive spending spree a decade ago. see below.http://www.plunderbund.com/2013/08/21...
March 23, 2014 at 9 a.m.
What a crock of horse manure! During last year's presidential search, the search committee was limited to BoT members, along with a few community members, one ex-administrator, and one current faculty member. The candidates they eventually put forth were "interesting" choices. Two of the three were weak candidates at best (and in my opinion, presented themselves poorly during campus and community meet and greets)...and the third was Dr. Randy Dunn. And we see how that worked out....
The University is crying out for strong, capable leadership. I have very little faith in this Board of Trustees. While they are fiddling with their micromanagement of the University, Rome burns.
March 12, 2014 at 5:12 p.m.
The Board of Trustees shares much of the blame here. In last year's search for a new president, the board chose to operate in a secretive manner. Those on the search committee included only current members of the board, one ex-administrator and one current faculty member. No students? No staff? No union representation? No deans?
After the search, the board presented 3 candidates to the campus and outside community. One candidate was embarrassingly unqualified; the other imploded during on campus interviews. Dr. Dunn was the only candidate the board could have chosen. It has also been suggested that the board did not fully inform Dr. Dunn of the university's financial situation until Dunn assumed the presidency.
For years, the board has turned a blind eye while those in power promoted friends to high and mid-level administrative positions, even if other individuals interviewing for those positions had more advanced degrees and greater, more relevant experience. Now the board wants to micromanage decisions on all new hires. Duh. A little too late.
I'm not so sure Dunn saw the handwriting on the wall and opted to save himself. I doubt Dr. Dunn will leave much of a legacy at YSU. However, I fear that the board's chronic ineptitude may do far more damage to the university and community than Dr. Dunn's decision to leave.
February 24, 2014 at 9:35 p.m.
Okay......ODNR bought by Halliburton
February 18, 2014 at 12:01 p.m.
Regarding the Climategate2 emails :Today's leak (28 November 2011 ) may also be timed to disrupt the next session of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change next week in South Africa.The new email leak is accompanied by a text file which appears to protest against the huge expense of anti-warming technologies - highlighting deaths from poverty against the $36 billion expense of 'green' energy
The emails have been released in the form of quotes carefully 'chosen' to show bias, or that scientists were pursuing a particular agenda in their research.
The unnamed individuals who released them chose the 5,000 emails from keyword searches, saying, 'We could not read every one, but tried to cover the most relevant topics.'
"None of the material appears to be new, either: it seems to date from the first release in 2009.
It also occurs against a rather different scientific background, after the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature review of climate-science data by prominent climate sceptic Richard Muller, which analysed 1.6 billion temperature records, and concluded that global warming was a genuine effect.
It is still unclear what effect - or combination of effects - is causing the current warming of the atmosphere, which has risen around one temperature in the past 50 years."
Thank you for pointing out the Organization Studies report. It is a very interesting read as it is a study of the differences between Scientists and Engineers who are associated with different sides of the issues as provided in the abstractive description: "we contribute to the understanding of ‘defensive institutional work’ by professionals within petroleum companies, related industries, government regulators, and their professional association. "
According to the Organization Studie article in Forbes (Which believes that Global Warming is good for crop production) that is about a year old, of the 64% that are listed as "Skeptical" of man-caused climate change only 24% fully believe that Man has nothing to do with the cause. You may actually want to read the paper rather than the spin.
February 9, 2014 at 6:58 a.m.
Mr. Nudell...News Flash!! It's just not the Liberty residents who live on Mansell Drive that are "furious". Taxes are way out of line for the community...and I see you and the rest of the township administration/trustees/school board doing anything about it! Keep putting those levies on the ballot and we'll just keep voting them down. I don't disagree that potholes are a problem...but there's a larger problem that needs to be addressed and no one seems to be willing or able to do so.
February 3, 2014 at 4:40 p.m.
Me thinks that someone named UticaShale is a staunch supporter of the transient drilling employees.
January 25, 2014 at 7:05 p.m.
Threatened by our Gvt.?The most recent indication that our country has taken a seriously wrong course was when we launched an unfounded preemptive strike on Iraq AND instituted the Patriot Act. Prior to that it was the Vietnam Conflict and prior to that it was the Nuclear testing that blew off over 1000 nuclear devices in our country in order to prevent war. Another grand invasion on my gvt's influence by Corporations and rich interests over the people's welfare was The Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case.
January 23, 2014 at 2:51 p.m.