University of Minnesota math chairman resigns in controversy after his school is awarded a $67 million computer center contract
"It shows me on the head of a missile," says the genial dean of the university's Institute of Technology. "My hair is bent back with sparks coming off. I hear it's something. And I'm holding a lit bomb."
Infante has been unable to find the bumper sticker, reportedly put out by a student group protesting the Army contract. And he's not much concerned that the sentiment behind it is shared by many members of the institute's mathematics department.
Infante is convinced the Army contract, the largest single grant...
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