The University of Alberta has completed its investigation of the medical dean who resigned after admitting he plagiarized parts of a speech to graduates.

But a spokeswoman says the results will not be made public.

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Dr. Philip Baker, the dean of medicine at the University of Alberta, has apologized for not attributing some of his convocation speech. (The Gateway)

Dr. Philip Baker remains on administrative leave and is to return to campus next month as a professor.

It's not known whether he will be teaching students or focusing on research.

Baker apologized in June for a "lapse in judgment" in stealing parts of an inspirational speech he gave to future doctors at a convocation banquet.

Some students listening to his address quickly found the original speech online and were able to follow along with what he was saying.