October 18, 2012

NYU dental school lawsuit by former student to avail civil rights

A former honors student who attended NYU’s dental school sued the academic institution claiming that she had to meet a $38,000 quota in clinical work in order to earn her degree, in addition to having to invest in more classes to graduate. Katie Kickertz, 28 years old, was the former student and is now licensed to be a dentist in Illinois. Her lawsuit was won in order for NYU to honor and recognizer her BA […]
October 15, 2012

NYU Told to Grant Dental Degree Denied in 2009

New York University unfairly expelled a dental student for allegedly filing false billing records in a desperate attempt to meet the revenue-generating goal for clinic work set by the school so that she could graduate, a divided state appellate court has ruled. All five members of the Appellate Division, First Department, agreed that NYU had not followed it’s own rules and policies for dismissing students and that the expulsion should be rescinded. Read the Full […]