Sexual Harassment

Read: DeVos Expected to Release Final Title IX Rules in Coming Days

DeVos Expected to Release Final Title IX Rules in Coming Days

While most of the hotly debated proposed regulations are likely to remain, the Education Department is expected to change its stance on off-campus sexual assault.

Read: UT Students Demand Firing of Professors with Sexual Misconduct Violations

UT Students Demand Firing of Professors with Sexual Misconduct Violations

University of Texas at Austin students have led several protests after two professors were disciplined for sexual misconduct violations but weren’t fired.

Read: FBI: Former Student Plotted ISIS Bombing of 2 Florida College Deans

FBI: Former Student Plotted ISIS Bombing of 2 Florida College Deans

Miami Dade College and Broward College had previously expelled the bombing attack suspect for alleged sexual harassment.

Read: Univ. of Utah Students Walk Out on Anniversary of McCluskey Murder

Univ. of Utah Students Walk Out on Anniversary of McCluskey Murder

A declaration of protest was delivered to administrators and some students spoke about times they felt unsafe and unprotected on campus.

Read: AAU Releases Results from 2019 Sexual Assault and Misconduct Survey

AAU Releases Results from 2019 Sexual Assault and Misconduct Survey

The survey found 13% of the 181,752 respondents had experienced non-consensual sexual contact since enrolling as a student at their school.

Read: Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Michigan State University will pay $4.5 million for its systemic failure to address sexual abuse.

Read: UCLA Pays Over $3.5M to Settle James Heaps Sexual Assault Allegations

UCLA Pays Over $3.5M to Settle James Heaps Sexual Assault Allegations

The former UCLA gynecologist has pleaded not guilty to the allegations and said he will not contribute any money to the settlement.

Read: CWU Student Paid to Stay Silent Regarding Professor Misconduct

CWU Student Paid to Stay Silent Regarding Professor Misconduct

A former Central Washington University student who complained of a professor’s alleged sexual misconduct received a settlement that required her silence.

Read: Univ. of Evansville Settles Sexual, Racial Harassment Lawsuit Against Ex-Professor

Univ. of Evansville Settles Sexual, Racial Harassment Lawsuit Against Ex-Professor

The school admitted that the allegations, which were made by a student, were not the first accusations of inappropriate behavior against the professor.

Read: Report Finds Prolonged ‘Institutional Failure’ in Harvard Sexual Misconduct Case

Report Finds Prolonged ‘Institutional Failure’ in Harvard Sexual Misconduct Case

The report recommended the department create a Title IX liaison position and offer more courses on race, identity and gender politics.

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