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Out Now - SRHE News Issue 18 - November 2014
Extract from editorial
Embracing plurality and difference in higher education - necessary but not sufficient
SRHE News reports of ethical lapses are usually tales of individual transgression. In this issue we report European research on unethical behaviour which suggests that too many academics admit to some of the behaviours of which they disapprove. But even this pales by comparison to an academic scandal at one of the US’s leading universities, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The most charitable interpretation we can put on a 20-year period of wrongdoing is misguided concern for students, misplaced loyalty to the university, concern to protect fundraising from alumni who often reward the university’s sporting successes, and too many academics and senior managers willing to look the other way...