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Letter to the University of Bath

This was sent to the University of Bath 21/4/2005, sent by e-mail today.  I am closing in now for the kill.

 

“Dear Ms Price

Thank you for informing (sic) of the current situation.
However I wish it to be noted for the record that I placed my complaint against the members of staff of the Department of Mechanical Engineering on 11/3/2015.   This was prior to the date at which the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department made his own complaint against myslf which is due to be heard by the Vice-Chancellor on the 3/5/2015.
I wish to know why it is that my complaint shold be heard last and why it has taken so long for a response informaing me of the situation.
I was informed by Mark Ames in a (chance) conversation in the corridor that a meeting was planned for next week to discuss my “case” (week of 26/4/05 – 20/4/05).
I insist he meeting was invalid without me being able to attend in person, not last because I have good reason based on experience to believe that circumstances will be misrepresented if I am not able to attend.
Hence I insist on being allowed to attend the meeting.  I am not only a student at the Unversity of Bath and a member of the AUT and I expect to be treated in accordance with my position.
Yours
etc”
This letter was never answered nor are there minutes of your meeting about me included in my box of notes.
I insist this be rectified.
Bruce
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3 Comments

  1. all d best dear

    : )

    Also I had nominated you for one lovely blog award!

    I m sure u dint get notified.
    ping-back isn’t working!

    take tym n participate. my last post.

    gday ahead

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