A former academic adviser at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, who revealed academic fraud and then sued the school to get her job back, is speaking  out now after settling her case.  "I don't think whistleblowers are very popular to employ . . . after they speak out," Mary Willingham tells Time Warner cable, after settling her case for $335,000 in a deal that did not allow her to return to the university. 
In the wake of the revelations made by Willingham, UNC now faces two class action lawsuits from former athletes claiming they did not receive the education to which they were entitled.



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