Sunday, March 6, 2011

SIU faculty and staff blogosphere

We—Namdar Mogharreban of Computer Science and David Johnson of Foreign Languages & Literatures—have set up this blog in the hope that it can help foster discussion among faculty members and other people interested in the issues facing SIUC.

Anyone with any connection to SIUC is encouraged to comment; we encourage you to sign comments with your name and SIUC affiliation, but this isn't required. Though we will of course have a viewpoint of our own (or rather viewpoints of our own), we won't censor comments for their content—we hope to generate some productive debate. But we must of course reserve the right to remove comments that make personal attacks or are otherwise inappropriate.

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