RE: NANFA-- Collecting ethics

Irate Mormon (
Thu, 15 Jan 2004 00:31:37 -0500

I can't answer that - just making an observation based on what I perceive to be
factual. But it seems to me that there is little accountability in the biology
field, where publication counts, vs, the business field, where results count.


Jackson, MS

Quoting Nick Zarlinga <>:

> Yeah, but how many of those biology majors ended up in the biology field,
> that is the real question. It is alot harder to secure yourself in the
> biology field than in the business field. Lots of opportunities over there.
> Let's call a spade a spade. Lots of people think that animals are cute.

> ><)>
> ><)> I remember when I was a student, that there were
> ><)> two majors adopted by folks who
> ><)> didn't know what they wanted to major in:
> ><)>
> ><)> 1) Business administration
> ><)> 2) Biology
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