Saturday, April 09, 2005

Academic administrator: her presence gave me hives

from Science, volume 308, April 1, 2005, page 37-->

In a letter of 12 Nov 2004 from the Dean of the UCLA school of medicine to Sally Blower, the letter accused Blower of causing hives and increased blood pressure in two department administrators because she allegedly refused to leave their offices until security was summoned.

Blower does admit to sending "rude e-mails" to members of her departemtn but says she wouldn't have done so if they had responded to her inquiries.

Maybe after the hives problem is dealt with, academics can get around to dealing with faked research, conflicts of interest, and falsified footnotes in law reviews.


Post a Comment

<< Home