NYC Prof Accused of Plagiarism Keeps Job

Collene Long, AP, February 21, 2008

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The university’s Teachers College announced Wednesday it had imposed “serious sanctions” against Madonna G. Constantine. The college said a lengthy investigation uncovered numerous instances in which she used others’ work without attribution in papers she published in academic journals over the past five years.

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Details of the sanctions were not released, but Horowitz said Constantine was not suspended and will remain a tenured professor.

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Her lawyer, Paul J. Giacomo Jr., said his client can prove her innocence and called the school’s investigation “extremely underhanded from the beginning.” He said he will appeal the sanctions.

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