“DISMISSED DUE TO INCIDENTS INVOLVING REPORTS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT”.
(6) 1997: Riley Dunlap, California State University-Fullerton.
Recent news 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 (Suggested Twitter hashtag: #SHAcademia).
I thought it might help to compile publicized sexual harassment and related stories in academia – there’s a whole bunch of other stories in industry, technology, media, and beyond.
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.
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 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.
Specifically, these are cases involving faculty and administrators engaging in sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, violations of dating policies, violations of campus pornography policies, and similar violations, and where: The year listed below refers to the year in which the sexual harassment occurred, in which it was publicized, there was a university or legal finding of fact, or there was an admission of fact by the accused.
UPDATED 3/2/17: Freedom of Information requests are resulting in the release of university investigative reports.
Recent reports are easier to find, but notice how these stretch back in 1981.