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Greenwood's UH medical school salary nearly $300,000

By Nanea Kalani

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LAST UPDATED: 10:33 a.m. HST, Jul 12, 2013


Outgoing University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood is expected to earn a nearly $300,000 salary when she joins the faculty of the medical school following a planned year-long leave.

Greenwood, 70, announced in May that she was retiring Aug. 31 to spend more time with family and address health issues. She said at the time that after taking a one-year unpaid leave, she would probably return to a tenured faculty position at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.

Greenwood, an internationally recognized expert in nutrition, obesity and diabetes, was named president in August 2009 with a $475,000 salary. Her contract, after an extension in 2011, was set to expire July 31, 2015.

The university’s Board of Regents is scheduled to take up her proposed faculty salary at a meeting Thursday. The agenda lists a $24,470 monthly salary, which amounts to $293,640 annually.

It also lists leave without pay for personal reasons from Sept. 1 to Aug. 31, 2014.

Her faculty salary would be significantly higher than the median faculty pay at the medical school. 

Professors at the medical school earn a median salary of $202,000, according to a University of Hawaii Professional Assembly salary database. The highest-paid professor there earns $292,188.

Greenwood’s announced retirement came nearly a year after UH became embroiled in the so-called "Wonder blunder" from a botched Stevie Wonder concert that shook public confidence in the university's leadership and spurred big questions about UH accountability and operations.







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pridon wrote:
You've got to be kidding. What will she teach? Practice mismanagement? Using concerts to promote your medical practice. Maybe she started the ads I've been seeing which suggest you see you doctor to get some suicide pills under the new Hawaiian assisted suicide law. She's 70 already. She should retire to Kahoolawe and supplement her income by picking up and selling the scrap metal.
on July 12,2013 | 10:35AM
EwaWarrior wrote:
Amen to that!!
on July 12,2013 | 11:16AM
HawaiiCheeseBall wrote:
Do you think that as an internationally recognized expert in nutrition, obesity and diabetes she would be teaching subjects related to nutrition, obesity and diabetes?
on July 12,2013 | 11:21AM
mitt_grund wrote:
Don't you mean as an example of over-nutrition, gross obesity, and potential diabetes? Still, $300,000 per year until she decides to retire, with potential for raises -- isn't that an unconscionable sc_ _ wing of the people of Hawaii? Which of course, she has been doing since she got here. Gets the president's residence altered to be handicapped-compliant, then sticks us with $60,000 a year rental costs. Does she still get that living allowance as a $300,000 a year faculty member? Obviously, this arrangement was all a part of her hiring contract. We were doomed from the start. The BOR did us in. Hey, Venus, are you living the good life?
on July 12,2013 | 11:43AM
allie wrote:
yup
on July 12,2013 | 12:06PM
grantos wrote:
venus?
on July 12,2013 | 04:28PM
2disgusted2 wrote:
Internationally recognized by whom? If she is, let her get a job elsewhere! And somebody should go after Virginia too! THIS IS ABSURD! I don't think I can contain my indignation!
on July 12,2013 | 03:03PM
DRHOSHIRO wrote:
I agree.
on July 12,2013 | 03:13PM
false wrote:
Incompetence 101
on July 12,2013 | 11:32AM
allie wrote:
The UH's hiring mistake continues to haunt the University and costs the tax payer
on July 12,2013 | 12:05PM
Nevadan wrote:
...and students
on July 12,2013 | 12:58PM
allie wrote:
yup
on July 12,2013 | 03:56PM
lani_moo wrote:
Ditto that. $300,000 is more than the governor makes. The only other higher paid state official would be Norm Chow at $550,000 and Tom Apple at $439,000.
on July 12,2013 | 12:22PM
2disgusted2 wrote:
And Obama!
on July 12,2013 | 03:04PM
steveoctober wrote:
Obama gets paid $0 from the State of Hawaii so you're dead wrong.
on July 12,2013 | 04:04PM
frontman wrote:
This is what is wrong and destroying the taxpayers of Hawaii. Over paid and not needed.
on July 12,2013 | 01:27PM
Charliegrunt wrote:
How much more incompetence and gross negligence does the BOR have to demonstrate before they are dismissed?
on July 12,2013 | 08:05PM
JKertis wrote:
There is no shame at UH.
on July 12,2013 | 10:35AM
KeithHaugen wrote:
No shame is right. She has not offered to pay back the $5,000 a month she required to rent an apartment because she didn't want to live in the mansion provided FREE to the sitting President. And she continues to rip us off. We learn about this salary scam on the same day that we are told that the Regents approved spending $240,000 to pay for a task force to tell the UH not to give away another $200,000 to any phony promoter (Stevie Wonder Blunder) or spend more than a million dollars trying to cover up such a major screw up. Clearly, we need to do something at the UH and it must begin with the Regents.
on July 12,2013 | 11:20AM
allie wrote:
Keith is right. Clearly Greenwood is not getting any job offers anywhere on the mainland. She was out of a job when she was hired here. We are stuck with her. She really has cost UH millions.
on July 12,2013 | 03:58PM
pcman wrote:
The outrageous salary reflects on the incompetence of the Regents, if they approve this. Her salary should be so low that she would turn down the job.
on July 12,2013 | 11:22AM
loquaciousone wrote:
Expert on obesity?
on July 12,2013 | 10:36AM
cojef wrote:
You gotta be kidding? Expert on nutution and obesity. She either doesn't practice what she is an expert on or it's all a sham. Really a scam when you really think about. Salary higher than a prof or expert teaching medicine or surgery?? She really found an easy mark.
on July 12,2013 | 10:44AM
CriticalReader wrote:
Great gig if you can get it. Do a study on what you ate for breakfast, snack, snack, lunch, power lunch, late lunch, lunch at desk, snack, snack, dinner, drinks, pupus, drinks, snack, ice cream shop trip, snack, the day before and call it scientific research.
on July 12,2013 | 10:56AM
EwaWarrior wrote:
More like an expert in extortion?
on July 12,2013 | 11:17AM
allie wrote:
you got it
on July 12,2013 | 12:06PM
CriticalReader wrote:
The ultimate example of narcissism.
on July 12,2013 | 10:54AM
Ripoff wrote:
haha that's what i was thinking
on July 12,2013 | 02:20PM
johndoe wrote:
Revolving door, this is ridiculous.
on July 12,2013 | 10:38AM
MartyL wrote:
We DID just fall off the vegetable truck. How can the Regents agree to that. Let her go with fond aloha and no more money, she's got pensions from both California and Hawaii already.
on July 12,2013 | 10:40AM
Anonymous wrote:
Does this woman have no sense of decency? I mean, the GALL. How can the university allow this ongoing outrage? Huh, the athletics department is the last thing this school has to worry about. They should be appeasing their employers TAXPAYERS. She just keeps stealing from us. Hey mrc, do us all a favor and go far away from Hawaii. Dont you get it?
on July 12,2013 | 10:41AM
AieaJon wrote:
This is obscene. As an alumni, I am sorry but I can no longer financial support University of Hawaii, except for athletics, but as a season football ticket holder and a frequent attendee of other sports events, even that is on the ropes. It is so sad that someone, anyone, cannot control what is happening to our wonderful University. I cannot not even recommend UH to any of my friends and their children.
on July 12,2013 | 11:10AM
2disgusted2 wrote:
Thanks, CUT out the damned Developement office and their corrupt development officers
on July 12,2013 | 03:05PM
Anonymous wrote:
Insane. Greenewood just doesnt get it and apparently, neither do the airheads at the university. This leech will make more in a month than many people (who work a lot harder) make in a year. Sickening.
on July 12,2013 | 10:44AM
Yukio wrote:
No reason to move back to the mainland now when Hawaii taxpayers will be footing the bill for her twilight years in paradise. She's simply moving from an overpaid president to an overpaid faculty member, all at taxpayer expense. Meanwhile the rank and file continue to struggle to make ends meet here. Sweet deal.
on July 12,2013 | 10:47AM
UhhDuhh wrote:
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?
on July 12,2013 | 10:49AM
loquaciousone wrote:
alpha beta charlie
on July 12,2013 | 10:57AM
EwaWarrior wrote:
Foxtrot Hotel!
on July 12,2013 | 11:17AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Mike Oscar Mike. No, really, hi Mom!
on July 12,2013 | 11:24AM
inverse wrote:
At least you did not say FOXY HOTTIE as that would be a serious cry for help!
on July 12,2013 | 01:39PM
Skyler wrote:
Perhaps because "FOXY HOTTIE" is not ITU phonetics.
on July 12,2013 | 01:51PM
inverse wrote:
JulietOscarKiloIndiaNovemberGolf
on July 12,2013 | 03:15PM
ezridah wrote:
FoxtrotUniformBravoAlphaRomeo..SierraOscarSierra
on July 12,2013 | 02:02PM
Hilofrank wrote:
Unbelievable. I'm stunned. At some point doesn't anyone at UH, including Regents, that the money they keep wasting comes out of our pockets either through taxes or tuition? I guess when my parents used to scold me that they weren't made out of money, I should have said something about working for UH instead, because it looks like they are.
on July 12,2013 | 10:50AM
Hilofrank wrote:
UH needs to change its motto to: Stupid is as Stupid does...
on July 12,2013 | 10:53AM
kiragirl wrote:
Good one! I go for that.
on July 12,2013 | 11:07AM
KeithHaugen wrote:
That's my alma mater and like everyone else who cares, I'm ashamed of what is going on in Manoa. She continues to rip us off. We learn this on the same day that we are told that the Regents approved spending $240,000 to pay for a task force to tell the UH not to give away $200,000 to any phony promoter (Stevie Wonder Blunder) or spend more than a million dollars trying to cover up such a major screw up. Clearly, we need to do something at the UH and it must begin with the Regents.
on July 12,2013 | 11:21AM
allie wrote:
yup
on July 12,2013 | 03:59PM
ezridah wrote:
life is like a box of.....she's had way too much boxes of chocolate..she's tried them all
on July 12,2013 | 02:04PM
DAGR81 wrote:
Buddy, they are as sly as a fox.. They are all taking care on themselves. The UH administrators are way over compensated. They could not make it private industry and are now being over compensated for their incompetence. They are all laughing at us all the way to the bank.
on July 12,2013 | 04:02PM
2disgusted2 wrote:
SUE THEM! TELL them to pay us back!
on July 12,2013 | 03:08PM
pyda wrote:
Oh wonderful. Another excellent example of inefficient, frivolous, bureaucratic hypocrisy that cannot perform duties in an ethical manner, let alone hire the right people.
on July 12,2013 | 10:50AM
MynaBird1 wrote:
Much too high; take some money from other faculty salary to pay for hers, then see how long this give away is tolerated...if the Board of Regents have anything to do with her salary, they need to be more accountable, like reduce their service on the BOR to 2 years or less. Is she obese? Does she have diabetes?
on July 12,2013 | 10:52AM
kimpira wrote:
No more donations to Med School or UHF.
on July 12,2013 | 10:53AM
CriticalReader wrote:
This makes clear that the next UH President, Chancellor, etc., etc., etc. should not have a buy out or guaranteed tenure position provision in their contract. This is ridiculous. Donna Kim, where are you? Please feel free to completely invade the "autonomy" of UH with extreme prejudice. $300,000 of taxpayer and University students money paid for a person who professes to need to retire and take a year off? Something is seriously, seriously wrong with this picture (both figuratively and literally - see above). Please review this arrangement thoroughly, Senator Kim.
on July 12,2013 | 10:53AM
false wrote:
Hey wait a second before calling out Donna Kim..... uh.....remember her inappropriate call to Greenwood about her kid and the law school. Surly you're not buying her excuse that she was calling as a mother. Call from the Senate president? LOL
on July 12,2013 | 11:37AM
Hilofrank wrote:
"Unleash Donna Kim" Hey, I saw that movie, but the line went: Unleash the Kraken...
on July 12,2013 | 11:47AM
palani wrote:
Choke! And worth every penny. NOT.

Apparently, failure pays very well at UH.


on July 12,2013 | 10:57AM
Mana07 wrote:
The veins in my neck began to throb as I read this article. I was ready to blast away here in the "comments." But you have all said it for me! I'll just say..WHAT?!!
on July 12,2013 | 10:58AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
And then layer on the next monstah salary for her successor.
on July 12,2013 | 11:25AM
false wrote:
Plus you would have gotten censored.
on July 12,2013 | 11:37AM
Skyler wrote:
Not if he's creative enough.
on July 12,2013 | 01:52PM
engineersoldier wrote:
Let it be noted that there is not one comment in support of her. She should feel unwelcome and leave, if she had any sense of pride.
on July 12,2013 | 11:13AM
grantos wrote:
mind you not statistically significant
on July 12,2013 | 04:31PM
Peacenik wrote:
Man, these guys are hopeless. Wouldn't know common sense if it smacked them across the face.
on July 12,2013 | 11:14AM
allie wrote:
yup
on July 12,2013 | 12:07PM
katoosh808 wrote:
And we wonder why the state and the university has NO money?
on July 12,2013 | 11:15AM
ehowzit wrote:
SEND HER A LOT OF FATBURGERS.
on July 12,2013 | 11:17AM
false wrote:
I woder what her farts are worth.
on July 12,2013 | 11:19AM
false wrote:
I don't know about that but I'm not volunteering to bottle that stuff!
on July 12,2013 | 11:39AM
keikomiley wrote:
Sweet deal.......MY question is ...How many other UH Regents, Professors and or Presidents have the same type of life saver contracts in their back pocket in case they need a "back door exit clause"....I sure they all do .. maybe thats why they are so generous with our MONEY.
on July 12,2013 | 11:20AM
Anonymous wrote:
In attachment B-1 (the personnel action section of the agenda) shouldn't Greenwood be recommending all other appointments while abstaining from recommending her own?
on July 12,2013 | 11:22AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
I will not donate a single penny to an institution that makes this kind of deal. And I have not a shred of respect for the people who let this type of deal go forward. Ptui.
on July 12,2013 | 11:23AM
ehowzit wrote:
KEEP SENDING MORE AND MORE; SOONER OR LATER SHE WON'T BE ABLE TO RESIST EATING THEM ALL; HER BODY TYPE DICTATES IT.
on July 12,2013 | 11:24AM
false wrote:
And this is the kind of junk that has historically happened at U.H. as far as we can remember.
on July 12,2013 | 11:32AM
Sunny wrote:
She's an expert in OBESITY! ?????
on July 12,2013 | 11:33AM
Skyler wrote:
OBviously practices what she preaches... *cough*
on July 12,2013 | 01:53PM
Kapalua wrote:
The question that must asked is who was part of the selection committee that hired the embattled former UH President Greenwood? What were these people thinking? Taxpayers money going to waste again and again. Only in Hawaii politics is alive and well.
on July 12,2013 | 11:49AM
lowtone123 wrote:
Our local government. The only place where someone can fail at their job and continue to be on the payroll and shuffled to another position.
on July 12,2013 | 11:49AM
bluespop wrote:
Have to agree with kimpira. As an '82 alumnus, I can't in good conscience give any more money to my alma mater.
on July 12,2013 | 12:09PM
alohacharlie wrote:
That does leave more money in my will for other things now that I am dropping UH. It is too bad that the Regents do not have to stand for election so we could get rid of them all.
on July 12,2013 | 12:11PM
false wrote:
And again the taxpayers and the UH students are shafted! This have got to stop!!
on July 12,2013 | 12:12PM
Manoa_Fisherman wrote:
Time to close the Medical School. It is a financial drain on the entire UH System and the community it was suppose to serve, Hawaii, has seen only complaints from legislators about it, from the Cancer Center, a decades long shortage of doctors and constant bickering within the UH community about resources for the students. Time for the UH to face reality and close the UH Medical School and Law School. The medical school has never met its original objectives and Hawaii already has enough lawyers to choke the entire shark population of the islands.
on July 12,2013 | 12:36PM
allie wrote:
I hear from everyone that patients prefer mainland-trained docs anyway. The UH Law School has always been weak and the grads don't get jobs on the mainland and cannot pronounce legal terms correctly. Embarrassment.
on July 12,2013 | 04:02PM
pgkemp wrote:
what bssssssssss...........
on July 12,2013 | 12:49PM
poidragon wrote:
Why does U.H. continue to throw good money after bad, especially in this case?
on July 12,2013 | 12:57PM
Ewasohappy wrote:
Because it is not theirs and there is plenty of it to throw.
on July 12,2013 | 07:27PM
Bdpapa wrote:
What a travesty! No professor is worth that much unless they bring in double that in Grants!
on July 12,2013 | 01:09PM
Bothrops wrote:
The Regents made this decision. Why punish the university. Get better regents.
on July 12,2013 | 01:12PM
nitpikker wrote:
thanks to the regents the ordeal continues. more oppurtunities for greedwood to live down to her name...
on July 12,2013 | 01:12PM
Wahiawamauka wrote:
Extremely pathetic.
on July 12,2013 | 01:25PM
inverse wrote:
Don't forget reject Hinshaw is on staff at the UH medical school as well. Maybe it is time to reduce the UH medical school budget and see what shakes out.
on July 12,2013 | 01:32PM
vapors wrote:
Betta not eat too much bumbi you tro out! You already hoarding from the buffet table with your plastic bags in your purse and pockets and where ever else you can stuff things!
on July 12,2013 | 01:39PM
hikine wrote:
The BOR is incompetent and should be reviewed. Her past performance should've been considered unless they are hiding something and is in cahoots with her. On another note, spending $224k to investigate the $200k Wonder blunder debacle is totally insane! Seems like UH has unlimited funds to throw around and yet they increase the tuition fees! UH is supposed to be an institution for higher learning but they need to go back to Economics 101.
on July 12,2013 | 02:10PM
livinginhawaii wrote:
The State of Hawaii needs to follow "best practices". Oregon significantly cut back funding for its State schools and released control. Now funding is supplemented by alumni donations and costs are reduced by internal management. Our over paid politicians have created a bottomless trough supported on the backs of the working people of Hawaii. Shame on them!
on July 12,2013 | 02:15PM
Ripoff wrote:
LEPO
on July 12,2013 | 02:20PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Echoing an earlier comment...when was the last time you saw a 100% negative reaction from the peanut gallery? Everybody is sickened by this story. Usually you have at least the 2-3 paid social media posters putting up mild defenses. But this time - 100% negative. Wow.
on July 12,2013 | 02:26PM
Waipahunokaoi wrote:
She's laughing all the way to the bank thinking to herself, "Hello suckers!"
on July 12,2013 | 02:35PM
allie wrote:
yup
on July 12,2013 | 04:03PM
DRHOSHIRO wrote:
If Ms Greenwood has any conscience she should resign and not take advantage. She has nothing to contribute to the well being of the University of Hawaii students. I am not an alumnus of UH.
on July 12,2013 | 02:58PM
2disgusted2 wrote:
This is totally disgusting! 222 disgtusting! Plundering Hawai? Someone must tell her to get lost! Can't the leg and the guv overrule this? this is absurd! somebody has got to court against this! when indigenous Hawaiian folk are going hungry and have no land... somebody has to go to court to challenge this! if she wants otlive in Hawaii she should live on her retirement!
on July 12,2013 | 03:01PM
2disgusted2 wrote:
Thanks, Thanks. REFUSE to support the Development office, the corrupt development officers and even the Chinese lady at EWC!
on July 12,2013 | 03:06PM
2disgusted2 wrote:
SOMEBODY PLEASE call the BOR office in Bachman Hall and tell them to read these comments! AND PLEASE make them step down! Before they hire the new President!
on July 12,2013 | 03:07PM
localaunty wrote:
get rid of Greenwood and the Board of Regents.
on July 12,2013 | 03:44PM
DAGR81 wrote:
How the heck do we pay for this? More importantly how was her compensation/retirement package justified and by whom?
on July 12,2013 | 03:48PM
kailuacheril wrote:
You can email the Board of Regents and submit testimony before the July 18 meeting by emailing bor@hawaii.edu. You can also give oral testimony at the meeting. Agenda is here: http://www.hawaii.edu/offices/bor/regular/notice/20130718.regular.pdf
on July 12,2013 | 03:59PM
steveoctober wrote:
The Medical school should take the heat and close down. Students would get robbed of a fine future in medicine, but maybe that's the only way a student revolt will get going.
on July 12,2013 | 04:06PM
hon2255 wrote:
Such a travesty, to someone so much for incompetence.
on July 12,2013 | 04:07PM
hon2255 wrote:
Just leave the island already, you got the moolah, stop bleeding us for more MRC. Sing that song MRC " i'm leaving on a jet plane...."
on July 12,2013 | 04:10PM
BonDancr wrote:
Furious to read this. But then I thought she's the smart one.
on July 12,2013 | 04:24PM
paradiddle wrote:
Ok ok...just for the sake of inserting some balance, I will be the token positive poster. Here goes... I am sure the BOR did what they thought was in the best interest of the University of Hawaii and for the people and taxpayers of Hawaii. We should be grateful to have such a talented and respected .... oh dang....wait....That was the sound of me up-chucking. Sorry. I really tried but just couldn't keep it down. My bad.....
on July 12,2013 | 04:27PM
iwanaknow wrote:
A dubious distinction bar none.
on July 12,2013 | 04:47PM
HD36 wrote:
Why have tuitions skyrocketed? To pay for fat salaries. Government gauranteed student loans have already reached $ 1 trillion.
on July 12,2013 | 05:27PM
Pamai wrote:
Here we go again, déjà vu. The Board of Regents are just as much to blame. They continue to hire from out of state, so call "expertise" who has no real ties to Hawai'i nei. Regents should be fired for being just as incompetent and mis-managers with funds that rightfully belong to the students. With the same sense, R.C. Greenwood should know better than to accept a position. Is it because she has gotten to like the lifestyle of living with more and doing less? Truly, she needs to ask herself, what and how does she believe she can contribute to the local community? Eating kalua pig and lomi salmon does not make you kamaaina. Has she no conscience about how she is taking away from students who really need it and to the instructors who haven't forgotten what their kuleana is as teachers and underpaid. BOR reconsider to not hire. RC take the higher road be the woman you should be.
on July 12,2013 | 06:16PM
Papakolea wrote:
Here's what she left in California: http://www.sfgate.com/education/article/No-2-official-at-UC-quits-suddenly-University-2562136.php
on July 12,2013 | 06:43PM
Papakolea wrote:
I have a more practical question. She has been in administrative positions for the past 20 years. She hasn't stepped in a lab in decades. Even if she was once at the top of the field, her knowledge is outdated.
on July 12,2013 | 06:45PM
Ewasohappy wrote:
Once an expert, always an expert?
on July 12,2013 | 07:30PM
Kapaho wrote:
Why is she still with the university and earning so much money? Get her out and replace her with a more competent local candidate.
on July 12,2013 | 07:37PM
localguy wrote:
Way too much money being paid in salaries here. No wonder tuition is so high, overpaid bureaucrats at UH and the Med School. Hmmm, anyone see a pattern here? Time to cut the deadwood, overpaid bureaucracy, give students a decent education cost. Not one where most money goes to "Fluff" faculty. No wonder the Nei ranks so far behind other educational institutions.
on July 12,2013 | 07:58PM
localguy wrote:
Way too much money being paid in salaries here. No wonder tuition is so high, overpaid bureaucrats at UH and the Med School. Hmmm, anyone see a pattern here? Time to cut the overhead, overpaid bureaucracy, give students a decent education cost. Not one where most money goes to faculty salary versus real teaching. No wonder the Nei ranks so far behind other educational institutions.
on July 12,2013 | 07:59PM
Terii_Kelii wrote:
Everyone has always said that UH needs to offer top-notch salaries to attract top-notch professors..... so how did this epic fail get that kind of money? Is Forrest Gump already employed?
on July 12,2013 | 08:41PM
Aquarius1 wrote:
What a flippin' scam. And meanwhile public school teachers who do more honorable and meaningful work than MRC get paid peanuts compared to her. Where is the justice.
on July 12,2013 | 10:14PM
Aquarius1 wrote:
Furthermore, she's a recognized expert on obesity, nutrition and diabetes? Oh, practice what I preach but don't look like me. Its like having a trainer with a couple of 'tires' around his/her mid-section, credible? I think not.
on July 12,2013 | 10:16PM
CAROLKEYWEST wrote:
DISGUSTING!
on July 12,2013 | 10:21PM
Shotzy wrote:
Its no wonder UH sports is in the tank, morale is at an all time low and support continue's to dwindle. People including myself are not interested in supporting a University that continues to show the world how incompetence,lack of accountability and just out right foolishness has ruined this University starting at the very top.
on July 13,2013 | 05:34AM
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