Maryland university lays off award-winning computer science lecturer

CHARLES LIN HAS met with students at all hours and has often spent nights on a futon in his office at the University of Maryland, but because of budget cuts, Lin–who received the Outstanding Instructor Award from the College of Computer, Mathematics and Physical Sciences in 2001–will have to move his blanket and pillow and find a new place to work. Lin, 34, will lose his position as a lecturer after this summer because the computer science department is cutting lecturer positions in response to a budget crunch. “Initially I was shocked, I guess,” Lin said. “You know, why me […]
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