In an interview with ScientificAmerican.com last month, McGee claimed that the college had dismissed all of the complaints against him. He alleged in the court documents that the college failed to respond to his requests for "human resource training," for faculty and staff, and failed to assist McGee "in holding those faculty members accountable." He also alleges that the college gave him "conflicting instructions as to whether and how to terminate subordinate faculty members." The college would not comment on the veracity of his claim or the status of complaints against him.
Earlier this month someone identifying himself as McGee apparently raised the ire of several Wikipedia users as he struggled to defend McGee's reputation on the site. A user from the Albany area, who repeatedly identified himself as Glenn McGee, noted on the discussion pages that he "identified retaliatory and inaccurate edits on [a] biographical page for myself" and eliminated a reference to the "provocative use of 'controversy'" regarding his departure. He also replaced a hyperlink to a lengthy June 16 Scientific American.com article about him with an earlier, brief account of his departure. With respect to McGee's apparent modifications, Wikipedia user "Xymmax" noted, "Some of the details here make the article sound more like a curriculum vitae than a neutral biography."
Last week, the user using McGee’s name balked when the community proposed deleting his biography altogether, because he was not sufficiently notable: "It is pretty obvious that this academic serves on more commissions, editorial boards, and has been in more national and international media than most any academic, let alone of his age, and is widely recognized as a leader in bioethics, itself the fastest growing academic field."
On June 26, AMBI announced that it would no longer be the headquarters for The American Journal of Bioethics, the journal McGee co-founded, and that AMBI's online site would no longer be located at the "bioethics.org" Web address, which is registered in McGee's name. According to McGee's recently updated information on the AMBI Web site, he is now the John A. Balint Endowed Chair Emeritus and the director of the iBioethics program in New York State.