If anyone wonders why Colorado—once considered the "next Silicon Valley"
of American high tech, has lost most of the jobs created in the past two decades to outsourcing/offshoring and now insourcing of foreign nationals. Iranian immigrant U of Denver`s Dr. Rahmat Shoureshi`s negative stereotyping of White, American high tech workers is shocking, since he is responsible for training Colorado`s high tech students. Shoureshi`s blatant anti-White, anti-American biases should result in his being fired.
"On Wed., Feb. 22, Dr. Rahmat Shoureshi, [email him ]dean of the School of
Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Denver, made a presentation to the Chamber of the Americas about "The Great Technological Achievements of the 21st Century.""Shoureshi was born in Iran and came to the United States 30 years ago." [SNIP]"According to Shoureshi, the progress of science and technology depends on a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary approach. Shoureshi said the "innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship" needed to create and promote new technologies come mostly from minorities and immigrants working at university laboratories and classrooms."[Technological Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century, by Francisco Miraval, La Voz Nueva, Colorado, March 1, 2006, p.7(not online)]
the the Chancellor of the University of Denver with your protests.