SDSU COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE Ph.D PROGRAM HAD BEEN CONTROLLED BY CIA
In 2008, I applied to enter Ph. D. computational science program, Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State University. Doctor Jose E. Castillo was the Director of the center.
I thought I could be a top candidate for the program because I had two master degrees in Physics (GPA 3.50) and Computer Science (GPA 3.47). Moreover, I was also a disable person and I was ex-graduate student at SDSU.
I did not think there was any candidates better than me.
However, I was wrong I had been rejected from the program. I knew there were some things interfered in this recruiting process. I made an appointment to talk with Dr. Castillo, but he referred me to another professor who was a member of the recruiting committee.
During the meeting, I ask the professor why I had been rejected from the program? He answered me that I was a high qualified candidate, but there were higher candidates than me.
I asked him to introduce to me the top candidate he got. He said that the top candidate had a master degree with GPA 3.80
I told him that he was wrong. His top candidate was not more qualified than me because he got only one master degree. I got two master degrees while I have been under hemodialysis. Assume that student were under dialysis, could he get a GPA of 3.5 like me? I added more: I was a disable person, so I should have a higher priority than others. The professor was in trouble. He could not argue for it.
The professor tried to convince me that the decision was also depended on skin colors (as you see from this link, there is no question about skin color in application form. He lied to me about this).
I told him without reservation that I was rejected because CIA had interfered and controlled the committee's decision on me. CIA worried that if I could enter the program, what CIA and its Alliances had blamed about me would failed. I would be an excellent student in the program. And that means CIA and its Alliances lied about me.
The professor refused that reason.
I knew I had no ways to change the decision. I finished the talk and went home.