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Resource ID: #23015
Subject: Schools
Source: Chicago Sun-Times
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Date: 02/19/2006; 02/25/2006; 03/06/2006

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A graduate student exposed an offcial at Argosy University in Chicago as having plagiarized large sections of her doctoral project when she earned that degree from Argosy. School officials at first reprimanded the student, finally allowing her to graduate but noting it would go on her permanent academic record. Meanwhile, there was no initial punishment for the official, Bindu Ganga. In the wake of the stories, Ganga was first suspended and then fired and stripped of her doctorate.

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