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At Dartmouth College, three former psychology professors have been accused of sexual assault and harassment in a high-profile case. At Harvard, that power imbalance can be magnified even further: Terry Karl, an professor emeritus at Stanford University who first raised the alarm on Dominguez in the early s when she was a young professor at Harvard, said the university must confront what she calls institutional failings in dealing with faculty such as Dominguez. They also provide important recommendations for future positions, and help students establish contacts that can propel their careers. In particular, they have raised alarms and staged protests about the problems faced by graduate students at the hands of the powerful professors who are supposed to be their mentors. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract. Students can bring to her office reports of sexual harassment or assault by students or faculty members. Sanctions against faculty are left up to each individual school on the campus and punishment for bad behavior can vary. She said a university wide examination is sorely needed and long overdue. Forum Institute of Politics. Follow her on Twitter fernandesglobe. Yet Harvard has a history of failing to act, Blyth said: Harvard saw a 56 percent increase in reports of sexual or gender-based harassment in — from incidents to , and the largest portion identified involve faculty or staff. Follow Us. View Comments Stephen Blyth said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. Since , under newly appointed Title IX officer Nicole Merhill, Harvard has offered students more ways to file complaints, officials say. Fryer is alleged to have discussed sex at work, sexualized female workers, and created a demeaning workplace at his research lab going back several years, according to an attorney representing a lab worker who filed a complaint. The problem of graduate student sexual harassment has been gaining greater attention on campuses across the country and goes far beyond Harvard Yard. Earlier this year, a Michigan State University professor was alleged to have exchanged sexual favors for academic guidance to graduate students dating back to But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. One professor a full year ago said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. Advertisement Harvard also has a formal complaint process handled by its Office of Dispute Resolution, which investigates allegations. Advertisement Earlier this month, Harvard acknowledged — after a yearlong investigation — its findings against Dominguez, the retired professor and onetime vice provost. Even younger professors, on whom students might lean for help if they are being mistreated, are often reticent to rock the boat, the letter said. Grad sex



The problem of graduate student sexual harassment has been gaining greater attention on campuses across the country and goes far beyond Harvard Yard. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. Blyth said he stands by his letter. At Harvard, that power imbalance can be magnified even further: Professors and department chairs guide their research and apply for grants that can help fund their pay. In particular, they have raised alarms and staged protests about the problems faced by graduate students at the hands of the powerful professors who are supposed to be their mentors. But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. Follow Us. And last month, Boston University fired a well-known geologist over allegations that he harassed two former graduate students during research trips to Antarctica. Advertisement Harvard also has a formal complaint process handled by its Office of Dispute Resolution, which investigates allegations. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. Follow her on Twitter fernandesglobe. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract. Since , under newly appointed Title IX officer Nicole Merhill, Harvard has offered students more ways to file complaints, officials say. The Blyth letter was shared last year with other top Harvard officials, including president Lawrence Bacow after he took over in July, a university spokesman confirmed.

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Follow Us. Blyth said he stands by his letter. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. Terry Karl, an professor emeritus at Stanford University who first raised the alarm on Dominguez in the early s when she was a young professor at Harvard, said the university must confront what she calls institutional failings in dealing with faculty such as Dominguez. Follow her on Twitter fernandesglobe. The school took the rare step of stripping him of the privileges granted to retired faculty and barred him from campus. Sanctions against faculty are left up to each individual school on the campus and punishment for bad behavior can vary. The probe is meant to examine why alleged victims may be reluctant to report misconduct, and what barriers may prevent Harvard from effectively responding to complaints. In particular, they have raised alarms and staged protests about the problems faced by graduate students at the hands of the powerful professors who are supposed to be their mentors. The geologist has denied the allegations. One professor a full year ago said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. Even younger professors, on whom students might lean for help if they are being mistreated, are often reticent to rock the boat, the letter said. And last month, Boston University fired a well-known geologist over allegations that he harassed two former graduate students during research trips to Antarctica. But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. Harvard saw a 56 percent increase in reports of sexual or gender-based harassment in — from incidents to , and the largest portion identified involve faculty or staff. Advertisement Harvard also has a formal complaint process handled by its Office of Dispute Resolution, which investigates allegations. Professors and department chairs guide their research and apply for grants that can help fund their pay. The Blyth letter was shared last year with other top Harvard officials, including president Lawrence Bacow after he took over in July, a university spokesman confirmed. Students can bring to her office reports of sexual harassment or assault by students or faculty members. They also provide important recommendations for future positions, and help students establish contacts that can propel their careers. Harvard officials attribute the rise in reports to more training and raising awareness among students, faculty, and staff. She said a university wide examination is sorely needed and long overdue. Kennedy Jr. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract.



































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Terry Karl, an professor emeritus at Stanford University who first raised the alarm on Dominguez in the early s when she was a young professor at Harvard, said the university must confront what she calls institutional failings in dealing with faculty such as Dominguez. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. Earlier this year, a Michigan State University professor was alleged to have exchanged sexual favors for academic guidance to graduate students dating back to But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract. At Dartmouth College, three former psychology professors have been accused of sexual assault and harassment in a high-profile case. Fryer is alleged to have discussed sex at work, sexualized female workers, and created a demeaning workplace at his research lab going back several years, according to an attorney representing a lab worker who filed a complaint. Advertisement Harvard also has a formal complaint process handled by its Office of Dispute Resolution, which investigates allegations. Follow Us. And last month, Boston University fired a well-known geologist over allegations that he harassed two former graduate students during research trips to Antarctica. The problem of graduate student sexual harassment has been gaining greater attention on campuses across the country and goes far beyond Harvard Yard. Yet Harvard has a history of failing to act, Blyth said: The Blyth letter was shared last year with other top Harvard officials, including president Lawrence Bacow after he took over in July, a university spokesman confirmed. They also provide important recommendations for future positions, and help students establish contacts that can propel their careers. Advertisement Earlier this month, Harvard acknowledged — after a yearlong investigation — its findings against Dominguez, the retired professor and onetime vice provost. The school took the rare step of stripping him of the privileges granted to retired faculty and barred him from campus. View Comments Stephen Blyth said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. Kennedy Jr. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. Recent publicized sexual harassment cases show that Harvard has not been good at policing itself, graduate students said. One professor a full year ago said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. Deirdre Fernandes can be reached at deirdre. Blyth said he stands by his letter. Students can bring to her office reports of sexual harassment or assault by students or faculty members. Sanctions against faculty are left up to each individual school on the campus and punishment for bad behavior can vary. Professors and department chairs guide their research and apply for grants that can help fund their pay. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. The geologist has denied the allegations.

Even younger professors, on whom students might lean for help if they are being mistreated, are often reticent to rock the boat, the letter said. Roland Fryer. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract. Since , under newly appointed Title IX officer Nicole Merhill, Harvard has offered students more ways to file complaints, officials say. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. Students can bring to her office reports of sexual harassment or assault by students or faculty members. She said a university wide examination is sorely needed and long overdue. Blyth said he stands by his letter. Sanctions against faculty are left up to each individual school on the campus and punishment for bad behavior can vary. Harvard saw a 56 percent increase in reports of sexual or gender-based harassment in — from incidents to , and the largest portion identified involve faculty or staff. The Blyth letter was shared last year with other top Harvard officials, including president Lawrence Bacow after he took over in July, a university spokesman confirmed. Forum Institute of Politics. Recent publicized sexual harassment cases show that Harvard has not been good at policing itself, graduate students said. In particular, they have raised alarms and staged protests about the problems faced by graduate students at the hands of the powerful professors who are supposed to be their mentors. The school took the rare step of stripping him of the privileges granted to retired faculty and barred him from campus. Deirdre Fernandes can be reached at deirdre. At Dartmouth College, three former psychology professors have been accused of sexual assault and harassment in a high-profile case. The problem of graduate student sexual harassment has been gaining greater attention on campuses across the country and goes far beyond Harvard Yard. At Harvard, that power imbalance can be magnified even further: Grad sex



Kennedy Jr. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract. And last month, Boston University fired a well-known geologist over allegations that he harassed two former graduate students during research trips to Antarctica. One professor a full year ago said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. Follow her on Twitter fernandesglobe. Even younger professors, on whom students might lean for help if they are being mistreated, are often reticent to rock the boat, the letter said. Recent publicized sexual harassment cases show that Harvard has not been good at policing itself, graduate students said. View Comments Stephen Blyth said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. Since , under newly appointed Title IX officer Nicole Merhill, Harvard has offered students more ways to file complaints, officials say. Blyth said he stands by his letter. The Blyth letter was shared last year with other top Harvard officials, including president Lawrence Bacow after he took over in July, a university spokesman confirmed. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. They also provide important recommendations for future positions, and help students establish contacts that can propel their careers. She said a university wide examination is sorely needed and long overdue. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. The problem of graduate student sexual harassment has been gaining greater attention on campuses across the country and goes far beyond Harvard Yard. Follow Us. The geologist has denied the allegations. But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. Harvard officials attribute the rise in reports to more training and raising awareness among students, faculty, and staff. Roland Fryer. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. Terry Karl, an professor emeritus at Stanford University who first raised the alarm on Dominguez in the early s when she was a young professor at Harvard, said the university must confront what she calls institutional failings in dealing with faculty such as Dominguez. In particular, they have raised alarms and staged protests about the problems faced by graduate students at the hands of the powerful professors who are supposed to be their mentors. Fryer is alleged to have discussed sex at work, sexualized female workers, and created a demeaning workplace at his research lab going back several years, according to an attorney representing a lab worker who filed a complaint.

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The probe is meant to examine why alleged victims may be reluctant to report misconduct, and what barriers may prevent Harvard from effectively responding to complaints. Advertisement Harvard also has a formal complaint process handled by its Office of Dispute Resolution, which investigates allegations. She said a university wide examination is sorely needed and long overdue. One professor a full year ago said he was no longer comfortable staying silent, given his own concerns and those he was hearing privately from colleagues. The geologist has denied the allegations. At Harvard, that power imbalance can be magnified even further: But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. At Dartmouth College, three former psychology professors have been accused of sexual assault and harassment in a high-profile case. The school took the rare step of stripping him of the privileges granted to retired faculty and barred him from campus. Follow Us. Yet Harvard has a history of failing to act, Blyth said: Kennedy Jr. Sanctions against faculty are left up to each individual school on the campus and punishment for bad behavior can vary. Deirdre Fernandes can be reached at deirdre. They also provide important recommendations for future positions, and help students establish contacts that can propel their careers. Meanwhile, graduate students at Harvard, who are in a labor dispute with the university, have been protesting for months, demanding greater protections against harassment as part of their negotiated contract. Recent publicized sexual harassment cases show that Harvard has not been good at policing itself, graduate students said. But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. The problem of graduate student sexual harassment has been gaining greater attention on campuses across the country and goes far beyond Harvard Yard. Professors and department chairs guide their research and apply for grants that can help fund their pay. Since , under newly appointed Title IX officer Nicole Merhill, Harvard has offered students more ways to file complaints, officials say. And last month, Boston University fired a well-known geologist over allegations that he harassed two former graduate students during research trips to Antarctica. Harvard officials attribute the rise in reports to more training and raising awareness among students, faculty, and staff. Roland Fryer. Terry Karl, an professor emeritus at Stanford University who first raised the alarm on Dominguez in the early s when she was a young professor at Harvard, said the university must confront what she calls institutional failings in dealing with faculty such as Dominguez. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. Fryer is alleged to have discussed sex at work, sexualized female workers, and created a demeaning workplace at his research lab going back several years, according to an attorney representing a lab worker who filed a complaint.

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At Dartmouth College, three former psychology professors have been accused of sexual assault and harassment in a high-profile case. Blyth said he stands by his letter. They also provide important recommendations for future positions, and help students establish contacts that can propel their careers. Kennedy Jr. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. Roland Fryer. Advertisement Earlier this month, Harvard acknowledged — after a yearlong investigation — its findings against Dominguez, the retired professor and onetime vice provost. And last month, Boston University fired a well-known geologist over allegations that he harassed two former graduate students during research trips to Antarctica. Students can bring to her office reports of sexual harassment or assault by students or faculty members. Follow her on Twitter fernandesglobe. Follow her on Twitter HealyBeth. The geologist has denied the allegations. In particular, they have raised alarms and staged protests about the problems faced by graduate students at the hands of the powerful professors who are supposed to be their mentors. Even younger professors, on whom students might lean for help if they are being mistreated, are often reticent to rock the boat, the letter said. Harvard saw a 56 percent increase in reports of sexual or gender-based harassment in — from incidents to , and the largest portion identified involve faculty or staff. She said a university wide examination is sorely needed and long overdue. Deirdre Fernandes can be reached at deirdre. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations. Forum Institute of Politics. But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. Yet Harvard has a history of failing to act, Blyth said: Professors and department chairs guide their research and apply for grants that can help fund their pay.

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  1. For instance, allegations have been made against Roland Fryer, a high-profile economist. The school took the rare step of stripping him of the privileges granted to retired faculty and barred him from campus.

  2. The school took the rare step of stripping him of the privileges granted to retired faculty and barred him from campus.

  3. But he said Harvard has been tackling harassment on a number of fronts since and making vigorous changes in its practices, outreach, and training for at least the past two years. At Harvard, that power imbalance can be magnified even further: The probe is meant to examine why alleged victims may be reluctant to report misconduct, and what barriers may prevent Harvard from effectively responding to complaints.

  4. But Harvard officials would not say whether the spike in incident reports has led to more disciplinary actions against faculty or staff for violations.

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