[Air-L] Reid Cornwell

Gilles Frydman gfrydman at acor.org
Mon Jan 4 09:01:24 PST 2010


Interesting conversation!
Here is what you can find about Reid Cornwell on http://www.tcfir.org/education-2008/speakers/Reid_Cornwell/Reid_Cornwell.cfm

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A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Cornwell dropped out of Richard Reynolds High School to join the United States Marine Corps. After completing a GED, he earned bachelor's and master's degrees in experimental psychology. Cornwell completed a doctorate in experimental psychology at Oaklands University College, He taught for three years, at Franciscan University of Steubenville and in the North Carolina community college system, then joined a national human resources consulting firm, where he quickly became the corporate training director. In this capacity, he developed technology-based training systems that remain a standard in that industry. Based on that experience, Cornwell founded his own consulting firm to provide industrial training, change management, and recruiting services. The firm, which created the first online job service, grew to 25 locations and was ultimately purchased by a competitor.
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Notice that there are no mentions of where he obtained his bachelor's and master's degrees. 
Sounds a bit weird.....
As noted before Oaklands University College is an academic center that is VERY HARD TO FIND!
 
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Gilles Frydman




On Jan 4, 2010, at 10:48 AM, Burcu Bakioglu wrote:

> No, I concur. It is just that when I accept an FB friend requests, I often
> time look at the background/friends list and put him in an appropriate
> privacy setting. He was on my limited profile thus far (and I haven't had
> any spam from him at all) but since I've been forwarded bunch of links
> regarding him since that first email, I removed him.
> 
> b.
> 
> On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 11:44 AM, Ulla Bunz <ubunz at fsu.edu> wrote:
> 
>> People might want to read Alex Havalais' page on Reid Cornwell.
>> http://alex.halavais.net/dr-w-reid-cornwell
>> He has lots of well-known FB friends? Hm... if you think that makes him
>> legit, then you should consider the number of replies to this inquiry just
>> this time around that said something like, "Yeah, I'm his FB friend too,
>> though I'm not sure why."
>> Make up your own mind but remember what we're teaching our students - just
>> cause it's online it doesn't mean it's true. And just because it's popular,
>> it doesn't mean it's high quality (the Google search hierarchy argument).
>> Ulla
>> 
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