Monthly Archives: July 2014

Tales of the Riverbank – July’s unedited missive

Dear Beleaguered Civic Engagement:  The theme for the past month seems to have been the University’s engagement with the local community, at least that’s what my PR team tell me. We are fortunate that we can have such distractions from … Continue reading

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Cutting is saving, ignorance is strength

We all know about the disgraceful chopping of the School of Surveying at Kingston. The VC assured us that this had nothing to do with cost cutting, even though they are cutting three quarters of the experienced and dedicated staff … Continue reading

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Edith Sim, Dean of SEC and Head of Bullying, is going. After three years in the job, in which she earned a reputation for aggression and bullying of the staff who crossed her path, she is slinking out. She along … Continue reading

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