The "new" MIGS board ... NOT!

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  1. Chip

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    Has anyone noticed the makeup of the "new" MIGS board? It's the old board minus Sheila and Bill Danzig (in other words, Enrique and Josh, sheila's attorney) plus two of the former "honorary trustees" that are/were supposedly only figureheads, plus some new CEU guy who is supposedly the distance learning person.

    Either it's another PR scam, such as Sheila's continuing to run her research paper business but putting it in someone else's name (in this case, her web designer), or else CEU is FINALLY getting a clue and forcing the Danzigs to move aside.

    And, as Steve pointed out, the fact that Sheila and Bill weren't replaced indicates that either they were, um, encouraged to leave, or that they're off in appearance only.


    *If* it's real (and we all know, given Sheila's history of being less-than-honest a lot of the time, it may not be), then it is a genuinely wonderful step for MIGS. And so I will watch carefully ... but skeptically.
     
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    I saw it. For a moment I thought I recognized some as members of the Fuentes Cartel, but I was mistaken.
     
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    The original appointments of Sheila and Bill was only ever for the first 12 months. This period has now expired, and as far as I understand cooincides with the Levicoff saga, rather than arises because of it.

    Incidentally, I have pulled out as a PhD candidate there primarily because what would normally and reasonably be expected as processes and procedures pertant to higher education, were not evident - for example I drafted the handbook for faculty in late 1999, but it wasn't released until late 2000, and was such, as a result of 'changes', that it created a lot of problems. This seemed typical of how MIGS operated. Add to that the dubious value of a mexican degree :)) and appointment as National GM to a major IT educator, and I didn't need MIGS.


    There are clearly better alternatives, and i still have 2 PhD openings fuilly paid for with my alma mater - such is the luck of being an Australian.
     

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