Thus, given the appointment of Jim Reeves, given the creation of a Resolution Committee
, given that there are clearly two sides to this argument (witness the "Time To Act" reply message submitted by other Principia leaders such as Steve Abbott
, Richard Booth, and others), then, to my way of thinking, any unilateral effort by others to side-step the process is patently wrong.
...On April 6th, Steve Abbott, Principia's Executive Advancement Officer, wrote the following letter to the Principia Pilot regarding his earlier letter written February 1st and published on our Readers Write page.
Executive Advancement Officer
1. From Steve Abbott
, Executive Advancement Officer (February 1, 2007):We should all be embarrassed and ashamed at how some of the Principia community
(on campus and off) is dealing with this situation.
, Executive Advancement Officer The following email was written as a reply to four separate emails sent to Steve Abbott, Executive Advancement Officer.Steve
directly copied Tobin Sparfeld and others in his
response.Note: ellipses are original, and do not indicate omissions.
From: Steve Abbott
...a letter from Steve Abbott, Executive Advancement Officer on the Saint Louis campus