Plagiarism by CSI

The first half of the CSI update report December 31 2016 is the rehash of others’ work and data without any attribution. Very little in the CSI is original except for the bad science. Many ethical principles were violated. The source data used without attribution and claimed by CSI was from Noonsite, The Caribbean Safety And Read More …

Academic Integrity at Rutgers University -The Author of CSI received a PhD from Rutgers University.

The Author of CSI received a PhD from Rutgers University. While the CSI was post graduate by many years, the Rutgers Academic Principles should be upheld and carried forward throughout any graduates’ career.  Graduate alumni represent the institution and its values as their careers progress. With regard to the crafting of the CSI, many of Read More …

Ethical Guidelines for Statistical Practice

According to the American Statistical Association, “The ethical statistician uses methodology and data that are relevant and appropriate, without favoritism or prejudice, and in a manner intended to produce valid, interpretable, and reproducible results.” CSI has not shown it has followed these ethical guidelines. This is professional misconduct. Definition of Professional Misconduct Also see Plagiarism and Read More …