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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Sexual Misconduct

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Department of Education updates Title IX guidance for sexual misconduct, UC opposes

The U.S. Department of Education released a series of new guidelines for handling Title IX cases Wednesday, including a requirement to hold live hearings and allow cross-examination — a decision that UC administration said it opposes.

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Attorney Mark Hathaway is suing the UC system on behalf of all students disciplined for sexual harassment and sexual violence based on a 2015 UC policy.
Attorney Mark Hathaway is suing the UC system on behalf of all students disciplined for sexual harassment and sexual violence based on a 2015 UC policy.
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A policy regarding the process of handling sexual misconduct accusations went into effect across the UC system Friday after a California court of appeals ruled in December that the respondent is entitled to certain rights, including the right to cross-examine the claimant and the right to a hearing in higher education environments.
A policy regarding the process of handling sexual misconduct accusations went into effect across the UC system Friday after a California court of appeals ruled in December that the respondent is entitled to certain rights, including the right to cross-examine the claimant and the right to a hearing in higher education environments.
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A UC Davis student filed a petition Thursday in the Alameda County Superior Court to the UC Board of Regents after he was issued a two-year suspension from the UC system for allegedly violating the UC Davis Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and the UC Policy on Student Conduct and Discipline.
A UC Davis student filed a petition Thursday in the Alameda County Superior Court to the UC Board of Regents after he was issued a two-year suspension from the UC system for allegedly violating the UC Davis Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and the UC Policy on Student Conduct and Discipline.
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The U.S. Department of Education released a series of new guidelines for handling Title IX cases Wednesday, including a requirement to hold live hearings and allow cross-examination — a decision that UC administration said it opposes.
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The U.S. Department of Education released a series of new guidelines for handling Title IX cases Wednesday, including a requirement to hold live hearings and allow cross-examination — a decision that UC administration said it opposes.
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Attorney Mark Hathaway is suing the UC system on behalf of all students disciplined for sexual harassment and sexual violence based on a 2015 UC policy.
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Attorney Mark Hathaway is suing the UC system on behalf of all students disciplined for sexual harassment and sexual violence based on a 2015 UC policy.
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A policy regarding the process of handling sexual misconduct accusations went into effect across the UC system Friday after a California court of appeals ruled in December that the respondent is entitled to certain rights, including the right to cross-examine the claimant and the right to a hearing in higher education environments.
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A policy regarding the process of handling sexual misconduct accusations went into effect across the UC system Friday after a California court of appeals ruled in December that the respondent is entitled to certain rights, including the right to cross-examine the claimant and the right to a hearing in higher education environments.
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A UC Davis student filed a petition Thursday in the Alameda County Superior Court to the UC Board of Regents after he was issued a two-year suspension from the UC system for allegedly violating the UC Davis Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and the UC Policy on Student Conduct and Discipline.
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A UC Davis student filed a petition Thursday in the Alameda County Superior Court to the UC Board of Regents after he was issued a two-year suspension from the UC system for allegedly violating the UC Davis Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and the UC Policy on Student Conduct and Discipline.
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Fourteen investigations involving UC Davis faculty and staff show that employees were found to have violated UC sexual violence and sexual harassment policy in the last two years.
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Fourteen investigations involving UC Davis faculty and staff show that employees were found to have violated UC sexual violence and sexual harassment policy in the last two years.
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In one of the reports, a female complainant under the respondent’s supervision alleged that he asked her to follow him into a closet and take a picture of the respondent naked.
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In one of the reports, a female complainant under the respondent’s supervision alleged that he asked her to follow him into a closet and take a picture of the respondent naked.
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Documents obtained through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request made by The Daily Californian uncovered multiple incidents of unwanted physical advances, requests and comments of a sexual nature by UCLA employees.
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Documents obtained through a California Public Records Act, or CPRA, request made by The Daily Californian uncovered multiple incidents of unwanted physical advances, requests and comments of a sexual nature by UCLA employees.
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Retired campus architecture professor Nezar AlSayyad, who was suspended over sexual harassment allegations in August, is now suing the UC Board of Regents and Chancellor Carol Christ over his suspension.
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Retired campus architecture professor Nezar AlSayyad, who was suspended over sexual harassment allegations in August, is now suing the UC Board of Regents and Chancellor Carol Christ over his suspension.
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The woman, whose name was redacted in the documents, filed a complaint with the UC Santa Barbara Title IX and Sexual Harassment Policy Compliance Office, or TIX/SHPC, on June 8, 2016. She alleged that a UCSB employee, whose name was also redacted, sexually assaulted her while she was “in an incapacitated state and unable to consent.”
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The woman, whose name was redacted in the documents, filed a complaint with the UC Santa Barbara Title IX and Sexual Harassment Policy Compliance Office, or TIX/SHPC, on June 8, 2016. She alleged that a UCSB employee, whose name was also redacted, sexually assaulted her while she was “in an incapacitated state and unable to consent.”
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The eight protesters stayed for two hours and directed their anger toward the university’s Title IX office, which they repeatedly said involves a broken, inept process. They also criticized the UC system, saying administrators failed to deal properly with cases of sexual misconduct involving faculty.
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The eight protesters stayed for two hours and directed their anger toward the university’s Title IX office, which they repeatedly said involves a broken, inept process. They also criticized the UC system, saying administrators failed to deal properly with cases of sexual misconduct involving faculty.
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