The case states that, in its treatment of the plaintiff, the University was “motivated by pro-female, anti-male bias.”
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In her talk, “Accountability for Sexual Violence,” for the Law School’s Domestic Violence Project on Wednesday, University of Chicago distinguished… Read more »
The newly created position will entail assisting the current Title IX coordinator.
University claims complaints predate stepped-up compliance.
“Recent events on campus have called into question what the University is doing to prevent sexual assault.”
Lieb had been dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct.
The petition argued that the UCSC violated Title IX law by failing to provide gender-neutral housing, and that UCSC staff did not “incorporate” preferred gender pronouns into program introductions.
“The organizers of the event claimed that the administration had not been receptive to alternative attempts towards communication”
Clothesline Project, lunch with John Kelly, and other workshops were included in the programming.
“Even though we have rights, it’s hard to get our rights enforced in a timely manner.”
University-led programming dealing with sexual assault silences the voices of actual campus survivors.
It’s in universities’ best interest, both morally and financially, to comply with Title IX.
“Investigative reporting on sexual assault cases is far from dead.”
UChicago’s sexual assault education is still not in compliance with Title IX—and yet the University has no intention of changing it.
Admin: “It is crucial that…we attack bias, discrimination, and harassment that can threaten [the University’s climate] and the individuals within it.”
UChicago’s federally mandated Clery Act statistics show twice as many rapes reported on the Hyde Park campus in 2013 as in… Read more »
Editors’ Note: This article deals with a threat of sexual assault and may be triggering for some people. Early Wednesday… Read more »
Universities need to not only survey students but also release findings.
Changes including a new associate dean of students, a University-wide disciplinary committee, and altering two existing sexual assault policies will be implemented in July.
Title IX investigation takes UChicago’s identity out of admin’s hands, for the better.