How many more complaints were quietly hidden by universities?
How many more were never reported because, let’s be honest here, what’s the point if the crimes are barely punished and people are hired elsewhere anyway?
REQUIRED TO TAKE SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING AND ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING. (1) 1989: Darrick Danta, California State University-Northridge. AND 2013: Christopher Romanek, University of Kentucky. (9) 2017: NAME CONFIDENTIAL, INSTITUTION CONFIDENTIAL. See last item on this post (#3 under Experiences as a Post-Tenure Faculty Member): (33) 2017 (for harassment in 2003): Rohit Varma, University of Southern California.
VIOLATED SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY FOR SENDING EXPLICIT EMAILS TO STUDENT. (13) 2017 (harassment after 2011), William Gross Magee: Murray State University.
“SUBJECTED [ONE] STUDENT TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND CREATED A HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL WOMEN. I was the complainant, but the entire process and outcomes are confidential.
I am listing these reports under the date of release to make it clear when these cases came to light.
Finally, a number of publicized cases of sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, violations of dating policies, violations of campus pornography policies, or similar violations by faculty/administrators towards students or colleagues are described too nebulously to identify the school, or are still winding their way through university or court processes.
I modify the list as new information is provided, including the removal of cases that no longer meet the criteria.
(7) 2017: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison.I posted links to some of these under the general heading OTHER so that they are at least noted.Finally, to avoid accusations of libel, I list only cases that meet the above criteria and for which a news report, court case, or copy of the institutional investigation is available.DEPARTMENT CHAIR REQUIRED PROFESSOR TO WRITE A LETTER OF APOLOGY AFTER PROFESSOR MADE A SEXUAL OVERTURE TOWARDS A GRADUATE STUDENT. acquired trait: A phenotypic characteristic, acquired during growth and development, that is not genetically based and therefore cannot be passed on to the next generation (for example, the large muscles of a weightlifter).Recent stories about sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, violations of dating policies, violations of campus pornography policies, and similar violations in academia are NOT A FLUKE!