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UNH associate prof fired for changing evaluations

An associate professor at the University of New Hampshire has been fired for altering student evaluations of another faculty member.

The university said yesterday that Marco Dorfsman, who teaches Spanish, admitted to intentionally lowering the other faculty member’s evaluations.

Provost John Aber made the decision to fire Dorfsman after the faculty Senate’s Professional Standards Committee unanimously agreed that Dorfsman’s conduct was a serious breach of ethical standards that corrupted an important evaluation process.

The Associated Press

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