I agree. I never had the foggiest notion where the business school was. They were a world unto their own.I’m in academia (though thankfully outside the IS system now, which is brutal). As @RickshawFan said, an Assistant Professor would definitely oversee all types of students from undergrads to PhDs.
But I think it would probably be unlikely that these two cases are connected because of the departments are unlikely to have much overlap even in undergrads. I’m in a health sciences department and I couldn’t even tell you where the business school is. Do we even have one? No idea! I only know a few colleagues outside my own research institute and they’re In related fields.
Undergrads do take courses more widely but I think it would be unusual for someone to be taking both physics and business classes - and be disgruntled enough by both professors to harm them.
I would assume this is something personal if connected (though personal networks rather than professional ones), or just entirely coincidental.
Can someone parse the indictment? Speculate a scenario?
Indictment included at this link.
Thank you for the update. Senseless killing. mooArrest made!
A Cleveland woman has been indicted for the homicide of Cleveland State professor Todd Morgan in Hudson.www.news5cleveland.com
A Cleveland woman has been indicted for the killing of a Cleveland State professor in Hudson.
Terreionna Paschal, 31, is charged with aggravated murder and several other charges, including aggravated robbery.
I didn't jump to that conclusion from the mugshot, but I did notice the victim and the accused come from dramatically different spheres, so I thought that might be likely.
Yeah, I'm not seeing any connection of the suspect to higher learning institutions.I didn't jump to that conclusion from the mugshot, but I did notice the victim and the accused come from dramatically different spheres, so I thought that might be likely.
I considered the possibility they may have met while she was a student, but I concluded not, since there's no symptom at all of student-ing.
Is there a connection between the two, or is this a random encounter?