- A Florida State University professor has suddenly quit his $190,000-a-year job after he was caught pushing fake data on racism studies.
- Eric Stewart, who had spent 16 years at FSU, abruptly left the school after allegations emerged that he faked data to make his studies exaggerate racism.
- Stewart, who had six of his studies retracted, has been absent from the college since mid-March. He hasn’t returned since a new investigation was launched over his work.
- The allegations have renewed scrutiny over claims that he fabricated data by altering sample sizes to make the results appear more racist, the Florida Standard reports.
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