He graduated from UPenn, which is an Ivy League school.
I thought that too, but was later corrected. He did two years at Fordham, then transferred to Wharton @ U Penn, which I found was NEITHER the Ivy League U Penn nor the famed business school; it;s sort of a specialized undergrad adjunct school, IIRC.
None of this should be construed as support for or agreement with them; I’m just saying education is neither an antidote nor vaccine for worldviews such as James Damore’s.
Well, sure. One of the first things I learned as a newly minted young manager was, after hiring a person from Harvard Business School, is that somebody has to finish at the bottom of even the best classes. :-)