‘Quotes or paraphrases nearly a dozen scholars without proper attribution,’ complaint alleges 

Another high-ranking Harvard University administrator is facing plagiarism accusations less than a month after former President Claudine Gay resigned due to similar allegations.

Harvard Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Sherri Ann Charleston allegedly took credit for another scholar’s research and “extensively” plagiarized several others throughout her academic work, according to a new Washington Free Beacon investigation based on a complaint recently filed with the school.

“Experts who reviewed the allegations against Charleston said that they ranged from minor plagiarism to possible data fraud and warrant an investigation,” the Beacon reported.