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More Information In the 18 months since UNC-Chapel Hill first acknowledged academic fraud on its campus, there have been several public reports and numerous high-profile open meetings about the scandal. And yet, much remains unknown, in part because
Staff writer A 31-page report released Thursday by a special panel of the UNC Board of Governors looking into the long-running academic fraud at UNC-Chapel Hill places the blame on a former department chairman and his longtime assistant, but also
Executive Editor The accounting firm that worked with former Gov. Jim Martin in investigating academic fraud at UNC-Chapel Hill last week dropped one of their key findings. Martin had said athletic officials and academic support officials raised
N.C. (AP) Despite skepticism that met a former governor's findings last month, athletes weren't the main beneficiaries of academic fraud at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , a consultant who looked further into the data said Friday.
The state Court of Appeals said McAdoo didn't have a case because he achieved his dream of making the National Football League as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, and UNC had not relinquished the scholarship that would have allowed McAdoo to
Students at an University in Shanghai China's Ministry of Education has enacted a new regulation that will punish fraudulent behavior in an effort to curb academic corruption, which has become rampant in recent years. In a nation where a college
More Information No-show classes and poorly managed independent studies within UNC-Chapel Hill's African and Afro-American studies department stretch back at least to 1997, according to a report Thursday morning from a former North Carolina governor.
UNC academic scandal, tweeted Stewart Mandel, a college football writer for Sports Illustrateds website. This actually happened. Several said the announcement last Friday has given universities looking to gain the advantage in the big-money
UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Holden Thorp, under increasing pressure to dig deeper into an academic fraud scandal that has now drawn national attention, said today he is bringing in a former governor and a national management consulting firm to audit
News & Observer (Raleigh) On the football field, Julius Peppers was one of the most dominating players to ever wear a UNC uniform, an athlete dubbed a "freak of nature" so skilled that he helped take the university's men's basketball team to the