Quantifying the work done by university faculty is often challenging, which makes it difficult to give credit where it's due, writes Martin Edwards. Accomplishments such as publishing a book are easily recognized, but activities such as publishing papers and serving on committees are not so easily understood by donors and other people outside the academic sphere.
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