September 1, 2006
Former Employees Criticize Conditions at Institute in Kazakhstan
Former employees of a university in Kazakhstan are advising colleagues to think twice before applying for jobs at an institution they say is undeserving of its claim as a premier American-style center of learning.
Approximately 10 lecturers, professors, and deans have resigned, or been fired, over the past two years because of administrative abuses and shortcomings at the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research, they say in a letter.
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