Students of Professor Who Didn't Show Up Keep Their A's and Get Refunds, Too

Students at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences who received A's for two courses that were never taught will get their money back, but they'll still get to keep the academic credit, an administrator reported on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the university is investigating what it referred to as "egregious breaches of professional ethics and academic standards" that led to last month's resignation of Venetia L. Orcutt, department chair and director of the physician-assistant-studies program.

Students of Professor Who Didn't Show Up Keep Their A's and Get Refunds, Too