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Editorial: Two kinds of paid-for-not-working

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It looks as if some University at Albany professors have been milking the sabbatical system in recent years, sometimes with the acquiescence or even connivance of higher-ups. That’s bad, but not as bad as Susan Bruno, who appears to have taken what amounts to a permanent sabbatical from her job at the SUNY Research Foundation with the knowledge and abetment of her boss, Foundation President John J. O’Connor. The difference in severity and clarity of ...


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sammey
August 4, 2013
9:50 a.m.

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"Schneiderman is seeking from the defendants recovery of the money (with treble damages, as the State Finance Law allows) civil penalties, court costs, etc"______NO SHOW is theft__Isn't that also a felony with jail time?

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