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    John Bear is offline Senior Member
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    St. Regis will not be listed by UNESCO/International Handbook of Universities

    The message this day from Genevieve Rabreau, the person in charge of decisions on listings in the International Handbook of Universities/UNESCO in Geneva, as reported to AACRAO, is that they have rejected St. Regis despite its Liberian "approval."

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    Re: St. Regis will not be listed by UNESCO/International Handbook of Universities

    Originally posted by John Bear
    The message this day from Genevieve Rabreau, the person in charge of decisions on listings in the International Handbook of Universities/UNESCO in Geneva, as reported to AACRAO, is that they have rejected St. Regis despite its Liberian "approval."

    I'm shocked. Shocked, I tell you. Whatever has become of this. John Bear must have used his influence to intimidate the United Nations.

    And, yes, the above is what I fully expect from some folks around here.

    As for St. Regis , it's only reasonable. Diploma mills shouldn't be listed in legitimate publications.



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    does this mean they will take down all the crap they say about Unesco... oh yeah... NOT.... But, will they do the same for all the other schools that are claiming Liberian accreditation? ie not list them?

    I wonder what is being said about this on the St. Regis Alumni forumn... they won't let me join :(
    Last edited by MichaelR; 08-14-2003 at 05:51 AM.

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    It is nice to know that the folks who publish the IHU are taking more than a cursory look at schools like Berne and St. Regis .

    Excellent news.

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    A crook spends $50,000 in order to defraud people. It somehow seems fair if he doesn't get full value for his money. :D

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    Talking

    Despite a taylor-made scam, he must be feeling kinda blah just now.

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    I have seen your comments about Saint regis University - how do you then explain this?

    http://www.thedegree.com/distance-learning.html

    This site also lists University of Phoenix - are we saying that we are also discrediting Phoenix?

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    Dear Len

    You wonder how St. Regis can be on the same list as University of Phoenix .

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    Originally posted by Len
    I have seen your comments about Saint regis University - how do you then explain this?

    http://www.thedegree.com/distance-learning.html

    This site also lists University of Phoenix - are we saying that we are also discrediting Phoenix?
    That site is most likely a scam that was made-up by the operators of Saint Regis . Listing legitimate schools along with their own worthless school gives a false impression of credibility to people who don't know any better.
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    Originally posted by Len
    I have seen your comments about Saint regis University - how do you then explain this?

    Well sure, a degree mill would be one of the most flexible programs you could find, wouldn't it?

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    Can the notification from UNESCO / Ms. Rabreau be posted for verification?

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    Did I miss something? I clicked on Len's link, and the top 20 only went to 17. :D

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    Originally posted by plcscott
    Did I miss something? I clicked on Len's link, and the top 20 only went to 17. :D
    St Regis doctorate???

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    BE10sCoach writes:

    > Can the notification from UNESCO / Ms. Rabreau be posted
    > for verification?


    Note where this request for verification is coming from.

    "Bill Eydler BE10sCoach@aol.com [...] received his BA degree from King's [College, Wilkes-Barre, PA] in 1970 and earned his Master's degree in physical education from Columbia Pacific University in 1982, where he is also a candidate for his Ph.D. in physical education administration."
    -- http://www.kings.edu/athletics/men/tennis/coaches.htm

    "Professor Dr. William A. Eydler; Ph.D in Physical Education Administration, Ph.D. in Theocentric Business and Ethics, [...] is a Professor of Physical Education Administration, Recreation and Sports Management [at Saint Regis University ]."
    -- http://saintregis.edu.lr/faculty.htm

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    Mark and all,
    I am not here to fight. I just asked a simple question and seek an answer. I'd hope it is taken as such.

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    Originally posted by BE10sCoach
    Mark and all,
    I am not here to fight. I just asked a simple question and seek an answer. I'd hope it is taken as such.
    Well Dr. Coach, let me ask you this. Coaching sports is usually thought of as a character building exercise on the one hand. On the other hand there's been a lot of academic fraud talked about in the news lately that has been perpetuated by sports coaches. (actually now ex-coaches) Would you care to comment?

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