Wednesday, October 05, 2005

First one over the side

Today, from the office of Dean Dobranski:

"It is with sadness and regret that I announce that the Associate Dean of External Affairs, Michael Kenney, will be leaving Ave Maria School of Law at the end of December.
"He will be assuming a new position as the Director of Planned Giving in the Development Office of the University of Notre Dame.
"Dean Kenney has been with the law school from the beginning and has been the person most responsible for the recruitment of our outstanding group of students. He will be sorely missed, but I know all will join me in wishing him well in he new undertaking."



Surely, the PR machine will give us a reason as to how this is purely coincidental. Maybe it is. Torgo waits...

4 Comments:

At 2:13 AM, October 06, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Torgo - Back on July 24, you said "Again, that's the purpose of this blog is to show that the LAW SCHOOL does not suffer the management integrity problems [of the College]."

It seems that you've been proven wrong, in a big way. All that chest-puffing about how much integrity your Board had, and how independent they were from Monaghan (quite unlike those College folk) appears to be for not. Opportunists like Bradley, Orsi, and even Dobranski were all too ready to sell Professor Rice down the river.

I hope you'll reconsider your "We're not the College" theme and focus your public distinction on the real vs. perceived Tom Monaghan rather than the bungling of the College vs. Law School administration (which, in the end, has shown to have the same destructive common denominator - Monaghan)

 
At 8:26 PM, October 06, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa! Bradley has always struck me as a man of great integrity (I don't know the others), and I have trouble believing he sold "Professor Rice down the river."

Did Bradley do something specific to warrant this accusation?

 
At 9:49 PM, October 06, 2005, Blogger Torgo said...

Anonymous 1: I'm interested for you to expand your statement:
"Opportunists like Bradley, Orsi, and even Dobranski were all too ready to sell Professor Rice down the river."

Tell me what you mean by that.

 
At 11:58 AM, October 07, 2005, Anonymous Andrew Messaros said...

Be careful anonymous; these are strong allegations without any supporting evidence. There are major differences between the two institutions, and AMSL's accomplishments should not be undermined in an attempt to make AMC look better. I do, however, agree with you re: the primary source of tension and instability.

 

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