UNIVERSITY OF AKRON TECH PROFESSOR CRITICIZED FOR HIS PLAN TO INFLATE FEMALE STUDENTS' GRADES

University of Akron professor Dr Liping Liu sent an email to his classes saying he would raise female students' grades to encourage more women to go into information systems.

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