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Athletics Advisers' Ethical Dilemma

m.chronicle.com — Athletics Under pressure to keep players eligible, academic advisers struggle to help them just enough, but not too much By Jack Stripling Back in the mid-2000s, Bruce A. Smith had an enviable commute. His Telegraph Avenue apartment was less than two miles from the University of California at Berkeley, where he worked as an academic adviser to athletes.
Oct 24, 2014

"They’d go, ‘Yo, what’s up, dog.’ I’d say, ‘This is B.D. This is not dog.’ " Class-checking tricks via @jackstripling shar.es/1mL9ff

Athletics Advisers' Ethical Dilemma

chronicle.com — Norm Shafer for The Chronicle Back in the mid-2000s, Bruce A. Smith had an enviable commute. His Telegraph Avenue apartment was less than two miles from the University of California at Berkeley, where he worked as an academic adviser to athletes.
Oct 24, 2014

.@jackstripling on the challenging position athletic academic advisers sometimes find themselves in: shar.es/1mNNgb

The Ethicist Who Crossed the Line

chronicle.com — She was everywhere, and seemingly everyone's friend, a compassionate do-gooder who worked long hours with underprepared students while balancing several jobs, including directing a center on ethics. On Wednesday, the world learned something else about Jeanette M. Boxill: Her own ethics were malleable. Most of the blame fell on Julius E.
Oct 24, 2014

Boxill, you'll recall, is the embattled UNC ethicist ("Yes, a D will be fine; that's all she needs...") bit.ly/1tjfArf

Oct 24, 2014

.@bradwolverton with a profile of Jeanette M. Boxill, the UNC ethics professor who crossed the line. shar.es/1mNN5H

Oct 24, 2014

In her research, UNC's Jan Boxill explored the "ethics of care." Did it help her justify cheating? bit.ly/1tjfArf

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