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Thanks Angela. My hope is that by getting input from the faculty members and beginning a respectful dialog within the Department will cause the vast majority of the faculty to recognize that disclosure is the right thing to do. I believe we can do this in a way that does not impune people's motivations or significantly threaten their income. In this happy event, I won't be "demanding" anything. Once we have consensus around the need for disclosure of professional income the next step...what do we do with disclosed information...may be more complex. I (like you) believe that we can only serve one master. Allowing members to be entrepreneurial up to a certain time and $$$ limit may be a reasonable compromise. The art of the deal may be deciding on how much time and how much money we allow faculty to generate.

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Stephen Archer
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