;

Clery / Title IX

Clery / Title IX News

Read: Report: Academia Must Approach Sexual Harassment as Cultural Problem

Report: Academia Must Approach Sexual Harassment as Cultural Problem

Current approaches to sexual harassment in academic sciences, engineering and medicine have led to significant damage in research integrity and loss of talent, says the report.

Research

Read: Tulane Survey: 4 in 10 Female Undergrads Have Been Sexually Assaulted

Tulane Survey: 4 in 10 Female Undergrads Have Been Sexually Assaulted

The sexual assault survey from Tulane University also found LGBQ+ undergraduate students reported a much higher victimization rate than their heterosexual classmates.

Resources

Read: Clery Act Enforcement: Increased Fines and Program Reviews

Clery Act Enforcement: Increased Fines and Program Reviews

Hayley Hanson and Ben Irwin from Husch Blackwell will go in-depth regarding compliance obligations and discuss their recent study of 2017 Clery enforcement measures.

All Clery / Title IX Content

Read: Law Firm: Palo Alto Unified School District Title IX Response Inadequate

Law Firm: Palo Alto Unified School District Title IX Response Inadequate

A law firm’s report determined the Palo Alto Unified School District failed to adequately investigate an alleged on-campus sexual assault at Palo Alto High School.

Read: OCR Opens Title IX Investigation into USC Gynecologist Scandal

OCR Opens Title IX Investigation into USC Gynecologist Scandal

USC was required to submit all reports and complaints against staff and faculty under a previous agreement but did not provide documents related to the former doctor.

Read: Q and A With Student Suicide Prevention Expert

Q and A With Student Suicide Prevention Expert

Recognizing the warning signs of suicide and intervening appropriately can help save student lives.

Read: UCLA Doctor Accused of Assaulting 3 Colleagues, Stripped of License

UCLA Doctor Accused of Assaulting 3 Colleagues, Stripped of License

One former colleague alleges the cardiologist raped her on three separate occasions when he worked at L.A. County-USC Medical Center.

Read: Don’t Let Congress Forget About the National Center for Campus Public Safety

Don’t Let Congress Forget About the National Center for Campus Public Safety

The federal government’s fiscal year 2019 budget currently does not include funding for the National Center for Campus Public Safety. Congress must continue supporting this effective and important program to keep students safe.

Read: Southwestern Baptist President Fired for Handling of Reported Rape

Southwestern Baptist President Fired for Handling of Reported Rape

Now-former SWBTS president Paige Patterson allegedly told a rape victim not to report the assault to police and to forgive her assailant.

Read: USC President to Resign, LAPD Launches Criminal Investigation

USC President to Resign, LAPD Launches Criminal Investigation

The LAPD has launched an investigation into sexual misconduct claims against a former USC doctor, just four days after the school’s president announced he will resign.

Read: Va. Judge Rules in Favor of Teen in Transgender School Bathroom Case

Va. Judge Rules in Favor of Teen in Transgender School Bathroom Case

The judge ruled that a policy, which required students to use the bathroom that aligns with their biological sex, violated a transgender student’s constitutional rights.

Read: Oregon Principal Made LGBTQ Students Read Bible as Punishment

Oregon Principal Made LGBTQ Students Read Bible as Punishment

One student says the principal told her same-sex marriage was “pretty much the same thing as marrying a dog” and that she should expect to be attacked for being a member of the LGBTQ community.

1 2 3 178
Get Our Newsletters