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Harvard Faces Deadline To Respond To House On Plagiarism Scandal

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Harvard is expected to respond to lawmakers’ demand for documents related to the plagiarism allegations against President Claudine Gay by Friday.

The response could shed light on the allegations and how Harvard officials have handled them.

Lawmakers have requested a range of documents, including those related to the initial allegations, the university’s response, and any disciplinary actions taken against faculty or students for research misconduct.

Harvard has announced plans for Gay to submit corrections to her 1997 PhD dissertation and scholarly articles, but officials have stated that the matter does not constitute research misconduct.

Experts have differing opinions on the appropriate punishment for plagiarism, with some emphasizing the complexity of the issue and the rarity of academics being fired or students being expelled for plagiarism.

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