Harvard President Claudine Gay corrects two scholarly articles following allegations of plagiarism | CNN Business

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Harvard President Claudine Gay submitted corrections to two scholarly articles published in 2001 and 2017, following allegations of plagiarism, University spokesperson Jonathan L. Swain told CNN on Friday.

Harvard commissioned an independent review of Gay’s writings following the plagiarism accusations. Gay denied the allegations, saying in a statement last week that she stands by the integrity of her scholarship.

“Throughout my career, I have worked to ensure my scholarship adheres to the highest academic standards,” she said.

The Harvard Corporation, the university’s top governing body, on Tuesday, announced that the review revealed

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