Dr. Alan T. Dorsey, Dean of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia, is clearly an inept leader.
Now, I don’t know Dr. Dorsey; I am a graduate of the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. I wouldn’t know Dean Dorsey if he walked in the door and took a leak on my floor.
However, there have been some disturbing trends recently that prove that Dr. Dorsey is not fit to run the largest College at the University and its 603 faculty members.
You see, just a few weeks ago, a German Professor was arrested and charged in a prostitution ring. Max Reinhart was arrested for being a transvestite hooker that went by “Sasha”, and he is going to be allowed to keep his job until next May. Unbelievable!
Just a few weeks later, as a part of the same sting, Chemistry instructor Bobby Stanton was arrested and charged with pandering for prostitution.
Associate Professor of Sociology Thomas McNutty was arrested on charges of public drunkenness last January.
My English 1101 professor was arrested on charges on child pornography…and it was very disturbing stuff.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Shuzhou Wang was arrested for making threats after being investigated for child abuse.
All of these instances, except for the last two, have happened since January. 4 arrests! I included the two older ones because they are especially disgusting.
Clearly, there is a discipline problem in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Whatever message Dean Dorsey is relaying to his faculty is just not getting through. You can go to the Red and Black’s website and search for numerous more examples. There is an obvious rampant crime problem, and these infractions aren’t just your typical mistakes. Prostitution, physical threats, child pornography. Terrible, terrible immoral crimes.
Dean Dorsey clearly is not fit to lead. Here is another reason why: do a Google search of “University of Alabama professor arrested.” You won’t find anyone from the Tuscaloosa campus is listed. I couldn’t find any UA prof arrests searching Google or Alabama’s student newspaper.
Clearly, these sort of shenanigans don’t go on at the University of Alabama. They don’t have time for this shit.