Nepotism Questions at South Florida

January 25, 2011

Questions are being raised about why the 26-year-old son of Marshall Goodman, the University of South Florida Polytechnic chief, was hired for a $50,000-a-year job at the institute, The Ledger reported. University officials said that nothing inappropriate happened, and that the son was simply hired first as a temporary worker and then applied for and received the full-time job.

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