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August 13, 2012

From Harvard University's Department of English Frequently Asked Questions

Question: "Can I speak to a faculty member about a grammatical question?"

Answer: Hell no, you poor peon.

Link via The .Plan: A Quasi-Blog (by James Choi, Associate Prof. of Finance, Yale School of Management) See a paper co-authored by him, "What Does Stock Ownership Breadth Measure?" for one difference between Smart Money and Dumb Money.

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JKB

I always found this to be amusing, although, I suspect parents paying for that undergraduate education might not see the humor


"FOR THE THIRD TIME in a decade, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) is addressing its educational mission. "

"And Michael S. McPherson, speaking bluntly, puts the matter this way: “Good undergraduate education is not Harvard’s most important product,” compared to its role in fostering world-changing ideas."

"His starting point—“Harvard is an institution of truly great teachers”—"

HARVARD FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES REFOCUSES ON ITS EDUCATIONAL MISSION | HARVARD MAGAZINE MAR-APR 2011

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