The frightening trend of industrializing our universities is, I believe, the single greatest threat to the integrity of higher education in this country (and probably all countries). The topic was hotly debated 30 or 40 years ago, but as the money has flowed, the concern seems to have waned. To better tap industrial largess and to appease state legislatures, university administrations have turned to the business model, which, as Laughlin so eloquently wrote, “is such a terrible idea.”