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For a question asking students to discuss why college costs are so high, Mr. Perelman wrote that the No. 1 reason is excessive pay for greedy teaching assistants.
“The average teaching assistant makes six times as much money as college presidents,” he wrote. “In addition, they often receive a plethora of extra benefits such as private jets, vacations in the south seas, starring roles in motion pictures.”
E-Rater gave him a 6.
Posted by bob at 22:16
16 April 2012
Nicole Hassoun, currently assistant professor of philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University, will join the Department for the Fall Semester 2012 as Associate Professor of Philosophy.
Prof. Hassoun's research focuses on global economic justice. Her first book, Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distances, Expanding Obligations has just appeared with Cambridge University Press, and she is the author of numerous articles in applied ethics and political theory. She has also held fellowships in Frankfurt, Salzburg, Helsinki, and Stanford.