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Unformatted text preview: email. Therefore, it would be very inconvenience for both professors and students. I believe furlough day is an unpaid day off, not a labor day. Hence UIC should not forbid its employee from access their emails. In addition, I totally support UIC about the advisory that not to take a furlough day on a teaching day. I am current enrolling at UIC, and I understand how much the lectures are important to me as a student. For that reason, I also advise professors not to take a day off on furlough days. There is not only one student, but also more than 200 students will be waiting for their lectures. Consequently, I comprehend that the furlough days have made it very difficult for professors. However, the economy has left the University no choice. I believe no one would want to force the educators to take day off. Our future is in the educators hands. Trung Vo 660777390 Therefore, I strongly appreciate the helps from every professor at UIC. Thank you! Trung Vo...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course BUSINESS 16515 taught by Professor Antonycorte during the Spring '09 term at UChicago.
- Spring '09