Crisis at Stanford University Press: What is the answer? We have it in a single graphic!

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We’ve written about the crisis at the Stanford University Press here. The insistence on making the Press “sustainable” is a will-o’-the-wisp – no university press is; they aren’t meant to be. The matter will be discussed further this Thursday, June 13, at Stanford’s Faculty Senate meeting. You can read the story “What Really Happened at Stanford University Press: An Insider’s View” by the Press’s director emeritus Grant Barnes in The Chronicle of Higher Education here.  The problem has been featured in the national media. What is the answer? We have the solution in a single graphic, courtesy Ge Wang, Stanford’s resident genius and associate professor at CCRMA (also co-founder of SMULE and designer of the Ocarina):


 


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One Response to “Crisis at Stanford University Press: What is the answer? We have it in a single graphic!”

  1. Jim landavazo Says:

    Time to go republican so you can get some of the $180 billion subsidy
    “Free money” that capitalist receive…like STANFORD UNIVERSITY??????