Academic Fraud

The State of Things
11:02 am
Tue October 15, 2013

UNC Chancellor Carol Folt Takes The Helm

Carol Folt is the first female Chancellor of UNC Chapel Hill.
Credit unc.edu

On Saturday UNC Chapel Hill inducted its first female chancellor, Carol Folt.

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Education
4:57 pm
Wed October 9, 2013

Another Indictment In UNC Football Scandal

Credit UNC-Chapel Hill

A second indictment has come out in the UNC football scandal. Georgia based sports agent Terry Watson was in Orange County Court Wednesday. He is alleged to have provided improper benefits to former UNC football players with the hope of later signing them as clients. Documents allege Watson funneled more than 18-thousand dollars to wide receiver Greg Little and gave cash and gifts to defensive lineman Marvin Austin. The agent is charged with 13 counts of athlete-agent inducement – a felony, and one count of obstruction of justice.

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Education
8:06 am
Mon February 18, 2013

Thorp Moving From UNC To Washington University

UNC-Chapel Hill chancellor Holden Thorp
Credit UNC-Chapel Hill

  Holden Thorp will serve as provost at Washington University in Saint Louis after he steps down as chancellor at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Thorp announced the move in a campus-wide e-mail Monday morning.  Thorp had said he would stay at UNC to teach and conduct research in the chemistry department, but he says the new position will allow him to return to teaching and research while keeping administrative duties.

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Education
11:06 am
Fri February 8, 2013

UNC Report Acknowledges Fraudulent Classes

UNC's academic fraud report falls mostly in line with former Gov. Jim Martin's.

A UNC Board of Governors panel says it agrees with most of the findings from an earlier investigation of academic fraud at UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Education
4:10 pm
Wed May 9, 2012

UNC Academic Department In Turmoil

An academic department at UNC-Chapel Hill is under fire after a scathing internal report discovered numerous no-show classes and grade changes from 2007 to 2009.

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