Binghamton Says Adjunct Whistle Blower Will Have Job

April 2, 2010

The State University of New York at Binghamton says that Sally Dear, the adjunct who was an early whistle blower in what became a major scandal over the basketball team, will have a job next semester, The Press & Sun-Bulletin reported. Initially, it looked like Dear wouldn't have a job this semester -- a situation that Binghamton blamed on tight budgets but that seemed suspicious to those watching the basketball scandal grow. Amid publicity about the situation, she was hired back. The newspaper in Binghamton went back to Dear, who said that she hadn't yet been offered sections for next semester. But university officials assured the newspaper that she would be employed.

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