An affirmative action academic whose research on systemic racism was widely used to fuel animus against white people has been fired from Florida State University for falsifying data.
Eric Stewart was fired as a criminology professor at Florida State University last month because of the “extreme negligence” found in his studies. His work had been cited by other research in an astounding 8,500 occasions, according to Google Scholar. Stewart also served as a WEB DuBois fellow at the National Institute of Justice before being disgraced.
Stewart was excoriated by FSU Provost James J. Clark in a termination letter dated July 13 for the damage his shoddy and irresponsible work has caused to the university and the field in general.
“The details of problematic