From The Jewish Week:
When the business department search committee members saw the CV, they felt like they had hit pay dirt.
The applicant for the accounting assistant professor position not only was a certified public accountant, but also had a Ph.D. in accounting and several published articles under his belt. The committee voted unanimously to hire him, expecting the decision to sail through the usually pro forma administration approval process.
They were wrong. The candidate was turned down.
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