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Date Posted: 10:26:06 08/11/04 Wed
Author: Nonny Moose
Subject: lack of respect for privacy and lack of ethics
In reply to: PSUDAB 's message, "Lack of respect for privacy...what do you think?" on 23:16:50 08/10/04 Tue

This looks like lack of respect for privacy AND lack of ethics to me on the part of another "honorable UBF Ph.D."

Another place where this type of UBF nepotism (UBFers hiring UBFers for being UBFers) has been rampant is at Northwestern University.

>Joe S. told me of an opening in his department at PSU,
>he said that the job description was perfect for me.
>the interview came, and it was held by Joe S. and
>David L.,
>who was already working for Joe in this same


>Lo and behold, I got the job.
>The report reads like he gave me the job so that I
>come back to UBF, and it implies that he later took
>my job because I didn't come back.

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