Monday, June 22, 2009

Bill Gleason, a University [of Minnesota] professor, blogger and avid tweeter of all things U of M spoke out against recent administrative decisions at an open Regents forum last week.

The gist of the speech was that the University places too much importance on facilities and not enough on students and faculty, citing at the get-go a successful experience teaching in poorly maintained classrooms.

Here's the video, posted by Moneylaw, a blog that openly supports Gleason's views.

1 comment:

Jim Chen said...

Congratulations on your presentation ... and your videomaking skills! I'm glad I got to promote your presentation at MoneyLaw.