California State University Sacramento is looking toward the future of science with a new program for students aiming to be academic editors of peer-reviewed journals. The program will be part of the new $90 million science complex to be finished in 2019.
Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen says the building will attract more students who need Forensic Social Justice skills to determine if gender is a social construct and whether a “male” of the species Homo sapiens sapiens has a conceptual or anatomical penis. But he doesn’t stop there.
“I’m not even sure my penis is conceptual,” Nelsen said, “so how can I expect my students to know? I think not only to be Hornets but to be scientists. They’ll become doctors as well, and they’ll become the future of what we’re trying to do. Stingers up!”
Dr. Edward Greejus, professor of human anatomy and biology at CSUS, expanded on what the university is trying to do.
“We need scientists in America today,” said Greejus. “Science drives our economy, and peer review acts as a gatekeeper in our science-driven economy, ensuring that high-quality socially woke papers get published in an appropriate journal.”
Experts agree that academic editors need government-funded training before they can understand the philosophical effects of socially-constructed phalloplasticity on the peer-review process.
“We also plan to find out if any woman has ever been raped by a social construct,” said Greejus. “But we’re certain the answer is yes.”
The program is still undergoing peer review by a multidisciplinary central committee, but President Nelsen is certain that the program is settled.
“I expect one or two gender neutral astronauts to pass through here,” said Nelsen.