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Removed document on hiring and firing practices at Grinnel College, 2009

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May 10, 2009
Summary

The document provides information about suspected foul play within the Grinnel College Office of Student Affairs regarding a recent staff firing, and questionable new staff hiring practices, which have destabalized the relationship between the administraiton, students and faculty.

It was briefly available online via the school newspaper, but was removed after a take down request (the explanation of the takedown is here: http://www.thesandb.com/news/1485.html).

The document is a faculty authored document, which was contributed to by Mark Schneider of the physics department. The school newspaper should be available for comment.
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Context
United States
University or research institution
Grinnell College Faculty Committee
Primary language
English
File size in bytes
2161243
File type information
PDF document, version 1.3
Cryptographic identity
SHA256 94e6aa6a6b5696ff9549c503f543d8f5a0eb7cc1a3e61833e7a333a57cea6fab



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