To the Editor: BGSU should use in-house experts
Written by Jeffrey Gordon   
Wednesday, 11 December 2013 10:16
Yesterday's "Timing of BGSU bonus wrong" suggested that $50,000 could have been saved. It also mentioned that "the price tag for the consultation was just shy of $500,000." This very large consultation expenditure could easily have been saved. As a BGSU faculty member since 1980, I have gotten to know many colleagues whose knowledge, skills, and accomplishments are truly impressive. Such consultation can, and should, be done in-house by our talented BGSU faculty who have the requisite expertise. Consequently, outsourcing such consultation is not prudent fiscally or collegially. That the BGSU administration does not choose in-house consultation is quite puzzling, disturbing and unnecessary.
Jeffrey Gordon
BGSU Assoc. Prof. of Geography
Bowling Green
 

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