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Dan Rosenfield

Unfortunately, the current economic situation is forcing universities to scale back some international outreach efforts. As a retired university dean, it is my hope that universities are propped up economically in the same manner that commercial enterprises are.

David Montan

Nice blog. Education is important and has become even more important in this recession. People need college now more than ever ... not to get a new job but to keep the job they currently have. Competition for the few open jobs that are available is fierce and people that are undereducated are finding it impossible to get a decent job. Go into your local fast food joint and see how many middle aged people are moonlighting to make ends meet.

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