A George Washington University medical school professor has resigned after students complained that she never taught a required class and assigned all her students an “A’’ grade, the Associated Press reports. Venetia Orcutt resigned last month an assistant professor in George Washington’s department of physician assistant studies. She also served as chair of the department. At least three students wrote letters to GW’s provost this fall complaining that Orcutt did not teach two out of three semesters of a course on evidence-based medicine during the 2009-2010 school year…

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