Student sues 3 Web sites for allegedly infringing copyright and selling her essay without her consent.
Dispute over alleged plagiarism between 2 Penn scholars, settled quietly over the summer, is aired anew.
President of Saint Louis U. used material for his opening homily from one last year by president of U. of San Francisco.
One former grad student's charges have prompted some changes -- insufficient, he says -- at an engineering college.
If a professor, dean or student is accused of wrongdoing, colleges have procedures. But allegations against presidents raise tough issues.
Dean’s admitted résumé fabrications and student press critique prompt a furor in Boston U.’s College of Communication.
Ohio U. inquiry finds "rampant" academic misconduct by graduate students -- and holds professors accountable.
Wesley trustees to let president keep job, as external panel says it can't determine who misappropriated work.
Review of plagiarism charges against Wesley president was orchestrated by consultant who's a mentor to the accused.
Professors and students want to know why it's OK for administrators to use material that's not original.
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