KENNETH WAINSTEIN


1/6/2015 11:27pm

Jan Boxill

Jan Boxill terminated from the University

Jan Boxill, the former faculty chairwoman and a lecturer in the philosophy department, requested a hearing before the University Faculty Hearings Committee after the University told her of its intent to terminate her.


1/6/2015 11:22pm

Tim McMillan, senior lecturer in UNC's Department of African, African-American and Diaspora Studies, talks to students and local residents on the Black and Blue Tour about historical landmarks on campus related to UNC's racial history.

Tim McMillan resigns amid fallout from Wainstein report

After Kenneth Wainstein identified him as the faculty member with the clearest opportunity to learn about the fake paper classes, Tim McMillan filed his resignation from the University, effective Dec. 31.


1/6/2015 11:19pm

Jaimie Lee

Athletic staff members dismissed

The two people — former UNC athletic counselors Jaimie Lee and Beth Bridger — at the center of the now-infamous presentation given to coaches about the paper classes, have left the UNC system.


12/31/2014 2:24pm

Tim McMillan, senior lecturer in UNC's Department of African, African-American and Diaspora Studies, talks to students and local residents on the Black and Blue Tour about historical landmarks on campus related to UNC's racial history.

University fires four for involvement in academic scandal

The University confirmed Wednesday that employees Jeanette "Jan" Boxill, Tim McMillan, Jaimie Lee and Beth Bridger were terminated for their involvement in the decades-long academic scandal designed to keep student-athletes eligible to play that was chronicled by Kenneth Wainstein's investigative report.


11/24/2014 1:37am

Deadline set for UNC to reply to commission

The University’s accrediting body asked Chancellor Carol Folt to defend UNC’s compliance with its policies, marking the first step of the agency’s review after a report revealed nearly two decades of academic fraud. 


11/13/2014 12:47am

UNC makes first investment in 10-year academic support plan

When Kenneth Wainstein’s independent investigation revealed the extent of academic advisers’ involvement in a decades-long athletic-academic scandal, Chancellor Carol Folt said she felt comfortable with the steps the University had taken to reform its advising system.