SC: TUTOR JOINS ROBINSON IN LAS VEGAS.
Byline: Scott Wolf Daily News Staff Writer
Janice Henry, the controversial USC An abbreviation for U.S. Code. tutor/supervisor who was a key figure in two academic investigations, has resigned to accept a similar post at Nevada-Las Vegas.
Henry survived a pair of academic scandals involving USC athletes in recent years during her tenure.
In 1997, she was accused of unethical conduct Behavior that falls below or violates the professional standards in a particular field. In law, this can include Attorney Misconduct or ethics violations. The standards for conduct to be observed by attorneys can be found in the Code of Professional Responsibility; members of by at least two USC employees during a university investigation into allegations of impropriety in the school's Student Athlete Academic Services department.
Former USC tutor Noel Looney called Henry ``a cancer'' and wrote in a memo that she implemented plagiarism Using ideas, plots, text and other intellectual property developed by someone else while claiming it is your original work. and unethical conduct for football players. Henry was eventually cleared of wrongdoing wrong·do·er
One who does wrong, especially morally or ethically.
wrongdo by a university committee.
``No one came forward with any allegations against her, it was all by supposition,'' USC general counsel Todd Dickey said.
Henry, currently an SAAS (Software-As-A-Service) Software that is rented rather than purchased. Instead of buying software and paying for periodic upgrades, SaaS is subscription based, and all upgrades are provided during the term of the subscription. assistant director, was previously investigated in 1995 over an undergraduate class which gave students credit for group course work, but did not require class attendance.
At least 30 athletes took the course, which was the subject of a Pacific-10 Conference investigation.
Henry will be reunited at UNLV UNLV University of Nevada, Las Vegas with former Trojans football coach John Robinson, who was one of her biggest supporters during her time at USC.
``I'm real excited, I'm real excited,'' Henry said in a brief comment Thursday.
After USC fired Robinson, Henry stopped tutoring football players and worked with the men's basketball team.