June 01, 2006
OU Engineering Plagiarism
Plagiarism panel recommends firing two OU professors
Associated Press, June 1, 2006
Two Ohio University faculty members should be fired for allowing cheating in an engineering graduate program, a university committee said.Read the full story (Akron Beacon Journal) for more details.
The committee, formed to investigate plagiarism in master's degree theses, recommended dismissal Wednesday for the chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and another unidentified faculty member.
Engineering School at Ohio U. Investigates 44 Cases of Alleged Plagiarism by Graduate Students
By THOMAS BARTLETT
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Volume 52, Issue 27, Page A9 (March 10, 2006)
Ohio University is investigating 44 possible cases of plagiarism by current and former engineering graduate students, all of which were discovered by a former graduate student who believes professors there have fostered a culture of cheating...
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