Plagiarism

Plagiarism and the President

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Southern Illinois U. leader raises eyebrows with announcement that a department at his university will review charges that he plagiarized his dissertation.

When Collaboration Goes Too Far

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Potential case of student cheating at Penn's business school raises questions about the prevalence of information sharing on assignments.

Academic Fraud in Collegiate Athletics

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Flurry of cheating cases renews questions about degree of pressure placed on academic support programs since NCAA instituted new rules for sports eligibility.

Southern Illinois President Cleared of Plagiarism

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Faculty panel finds that Glenn Poshard’s citation "errors" in doctoral dissertation probably resulted from “carelessness" but not intentional wrongdoing.

Football Diaries

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“Redshirts,” written by a Middlebury lecturer and playwright, tackles the rocky relationship between academics and athletics at a fictional Division I university.

Saving Time or Betraying Trust?

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A proposal at the University of Maryland to detect possible plagiarism with software pits overworked graduate students against students and professors.

Few Policies on Plagiarism

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Report on history journals finds that they confront complaints on an ad hoc basis -- without the benefit of standard procedures.

Arguing Against Free-Market Plagiarism Prevention

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Economist's surveys suggest that profession's laissez faire system of fighting scholarly cheating fails if breaches don't get reported or punished.

Confronting -- and Not Confronting -- Plagiarism

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History journal editors explain the challenges of dealing with complaints -- while some scholars see inadequacy in current systems.

Victim, Victimizer or Both?

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Columbia Teachers College professor who reported noose outside her door is punished for "numerous" instances of using others' scholarship as her own. She charges a "witch hunt."

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