A prosecutor says he has dismissed a felony fraud charge against a former North Carolina professor linked to a scandal involving academics and athletics.
African and Afro-American Studies
“Unless a chair’s colleagues comes forward with complaints, there is no way that a dean at any level will know that something is wrong.”
“We could have the best football team and the best basketball team in the country,” Willingham says. “We could recruit whoever we wanted, and we could provide a real education.”
Since news broke that African and Afro-American Studies Department Chair Julius Nyang’oro was holding fraudulent classes at UNC, everyone has wanted to hear his side of the story, but he’s been silent.
UNC Chancellor Carol Folt says there are too many new processes that have been put in place since the AFAM scandal for her to be up to speed on the specifics of them in the five months she’s held the position.Read More