Monday, August 16, 2010
As a Land Use Prof mentor once opined to me "Teaching land use is one of the safest jobs in the world. After all, nobody else on the faculty would ever want to do it."
So, as the rest of the academy debates major curriculum overhaul, we LUProf Brethren and Sisteren are left to our own little corner of the world. Just us and the students. Alone, ignored, and forgotten by our colleagues.
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