'MIT committees on gender equity issues,' Part II
Do you really think it's all about a Nobel laureate who 'bullied' someone and refused to 'collaborate' and 'the realities of modern science' and 'interdisciplinary approaches'? Or do you think it might -- just might -- have also something to do with what's hinted at in the ninth paragraph here
, more strongly hinted at here
and even more strongly hinted at here
? ... Just asking. ... Oh, well. Might as well not hint at it. I work for that
. -- The president of MIT asked the bully not to make any public statement. He obliged. Strange, I don't think Larry Summers would have been accorded the same courtesy. ...