BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Blake Wentworth, a former assistant professor in the campus’s South and Southeast Asian Studies department, was dismissed today by Chancellor Dirks after Wentworth was found to have violated the University's Faculty Code of Conduct and Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy, according to a campus press release.
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Blake Wentworth, a former assistant professor in the campus’s South and Southeast Asian Studies department, was dismissed today by Chancellor Dirks after Wentworth was found to have violated the University's Faculty Code of Conduct and Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy, according to a campus press release.
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Longtime UC Berkeley architecture professor and former chair of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies Nezar AlSayyad was found to have sexually harassed a graduate student in a recent campus investigation.
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Longtime UC Berkeley architecture professor and former chair of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies Nezar AlSayyad was found to have sexually harassed a graduate student in a recent campus investigation.
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Former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry filed a grievance letter with a campus faculty committee Friday, alleging that administrators violated campus policies by launching a second disciplinary process against him in the aftermath of recent sexual harassment allegations against him.
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Former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry filed a grievance letter with a campus faculty committee Friday, alleging that administrators violated campus policies by launching a second disciplinary process against him in the aftermath of recent sexual harassment allegations against him.
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The dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law will take an indefinite leave of absence from his position as dean — but will remain a faculty member of the school — amid allegations of sexual harassment.
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The dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law will take an indefinite leave of absence from his position as dean — but will remain a faculty member of the school — amid allegations of sexual harassment.
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