Subject: Re: Is the U. of Toronto covering up plagiarism by one
ot its academic
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 10:09:00 -0500
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Dear Mr. Aliaga:
We acknowledge receipt of your email. This matter has been dealt with thoroughly
by the University.
David Aliaga wrote:
> Professor Robert Birgeneau
> University of Toronto
> Via e-mail
> Dear Professot Birgeneau and colleagues,
> I have become aware of a full interview given to the international
> journal JUST Response
> (http://www.justresponse.net/Genetic_manipulations.html) by Mr.
> a former graduate student at the University of Toronto. The University
> is being accused
> of covering up plagiarism by one of its academic members (Dr.
> As a Canadian anthropologist and researcher, I am deeply disturbed
> those accusations. I
> duly ask you to conduct a full inquiry into the case and submit
> form of appropiate
> response to those grave accusations to the international journal
> Failure to investigate, and fully resolve Mr. Pyshnov case, will
> grave doubts in the international scholarly community about graduate
> programmes at the University of Toronto; doubts I trust you will
> to put to rest at your earliest possible convenience.
> David Aliaga