“You want to build what kind of building on our campus?”
Dean Jordan sighed and ran his hands through the two strands of hair he had left. “Have you toured the University?”
“Yes, and there is no engineering building.” Jordan’s bespectacled interlocutor seemed undaunted, perhaps even oblivious.
“You’ve talked to the students?”
“Why would I do something like that? I can get the numbers from U.S. News and World Report. You’re ranked top ten in the country, even without an engineering building. The students are certainly smart enough.”
“Are they interested?”
“Why wouldn’t smart kids be interested in engineering?”
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Very quick, for better or worse. But it seemed appropriate.