Sunday, June 20, 2010

False resume

Things like this are just embarassing for the folks involved in the hiring.

I think the ones that do this, falsify their resumes, either don't care or are delusional.

A&M exec whose resume didn't add up quits
Associated Press -

COLLEGE STATION — A high-ranking Texas A&M University administrator resigned Friday amid questions about his resume's claims that he was a former Navy SEAL with a doctorate from Tufts University.

Records obtained by the Bryan-College Station Eagle indicate Alexander Kemos was never part of the elite military force. And an official with Tufts said Kemos did not even finish his master's program, a requirement for the $300,000-a-year job in which he served as the top adviser to Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin.

Kemos resigned Friday as senior vice president for administration, effective immediately, A&M spokesman Jason Cook told the Eagle. Kemos cited a desire to spend more time with his family, Loftin said.

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