Monthly Archives: September 2011

U. of New Hampshire Bars Professor Who Exposed Himself From Working With Students

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U. redefines sexual misconduct

http://www.dailyprincetonian.com/2011/09/27/28831/

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ATIXA Tip of the Week

Should a campus sexual assault victim write out his/her own statement, or should the college draft the complaint?  Brett A. Sokolow, Esq., Executive Director of ATIXA responds:  A statement originated by the institution is best and can serve as the … Continue reading

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UIS Associate Chancellor Finds No Title IX Violations

http://www.sj-r.com/sports/x1408088834/UIS-associate-chancellor-finds-no-Title-IX-violations

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Indiana School Imposes Extreme Sex-Segregation

http://www.msmagazine.com/news/uswirestory.asp?ID=13223

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Adrian College Agrees to Fix Title IX Violations

Adrian College in Michigan must make broad improvements to its women’s athletics programs – including the addition of at least one sports team and a locker room in its multipurpose stadium – under a settlement between the college and the … Continue reading

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Title IX Compliance Tip of the Week — Do Faculty Members Have a Duty to Report Sexual Assault?

Does the law require a faculty member to report knowledge of a sexual assault on campus?  Not necessarily, but policy might.  While Title VII (employee-on-employee) complaints have led to widespread reporting mandates on college campuses, Title IX only requires reporting … Continue reading

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