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Is it time to fire Shirvani?

February 7, 2013

North Dakota University System chancellor Hamid Shirvani is under fire, with Fargo lawmaker Tony?Grindberg introducing a bill at the Legislature to approve money to buy out Shirvani’s contract after......

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Feb-10-13 5:51 AM

We don't need no education!

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Feb-09-13 6:06 PM

He has a hixtory of this behavior dating back to at least 1990. He needs to go, but he is not the only problem we have in our higher ed. If he remains the focus will remain on him and not the real problem.

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Feb-09-13 10:27 AM

Too many wannabe powerbrokers micromanaging the system. Let the man do the job he was hired to do.

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Feb-07-13 12:31 PM

skinner, you are so practical. you make me laugh.

The Chancellor does need to go, but he is not the problems and when he is gone, the problem with higher ed will remain. The entire structure is the problem, but no one is gonna take the bull by the horns and fix it.

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Feb-07-13 11:31 AM

What would they have done with this five years ago before the State became so rich in oil money? I honestly think the whole crew in Bismarck cannot think straight with all that money staring at them every day.

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Feb-07-13 7:36 AM

Yesterday was the time to fire Shirvani, but today would work too.

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