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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 02, 2023

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The UC Board of Regents amended the investigation policy for reviewing allegations of UC regent misconduct May 21, following an investigation into sexual harassment allegations raised against UC Regent George Kieffer in November 2019, which have since been cleared.
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The UC Board of Regents amended the investigation policy for reviewing allegations of UC regent misconduct May 21, following an investigation into sexual harassment allegations raised against UC Regent George Kieffer in November 2019, which have since been cleared.
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The policy, which was officially released July 31, was a response to a state appellate court decision from last year that ruled that respondents are entitled to certain rights when accused of sexual misconduct in higher education environments. It replaces an interim policy that went into effect in March.
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The policy, which was officially released July 31, was a response to a state appellate court decision from last year that ruled that respondents are entitled to certain rights when accused of sexual misconduct in higher education environments. It replaces an interim policy that went into effect in March.
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UC Berkeley students and alumni created a petition to remove Nezar AlSayyad after the architecture professor allegedly sexually harassed a former student.
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UC Berkeley students and alumni created a petition to remove Nezar AlSayyad after the architecture professor allegedly sexually harassed a former student.
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The campus can exercise its jurisdiction even if the alleged violation happened off campus if it involved campus community members — such as students or faculty — and would have violated other policies had it occurred on campus.
The campus can exercise its jurisdiction even if the alleged violation happened off campus if it involved campus community members — such as students or faculty — and would have violated other policies had it occurred on campus.
Tyann Sorrell said her decision to return was a protest against the campus’s oversight of her sexual misconduct case and an affirmation to herself and other victims of the right to work in a workplace free of sexual harassment and assault.
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Tyann Sorrell said her decision to return was a protest against the campus’s oversight of her sexual misconduct case and an affirmation to herself and other victims of the right to work in a workplace free of sexual harassment and assault.
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Two UC Berkeley graduate students and one alumna named in a pair of defamation suits by campus assistant professor Blake Wentworth, will file a motion to dismiss his complaint amidst a campus investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him.
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Two UC Berkeley graduate students and one alumna named in a pair of defamation suits by campus assistant professor Blake Wentworth, will file a motion to dismiss his complaint amidst a campus investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him.
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Campus professor Blake Wentworth sued the UC Board of Regents for discrimination and retaliation Wednesday, after a slew of sexual harassment allegations against him came to light last spring.
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Campus professor Blake Wentworth sued the UC Board of Regents for discrimination and retaliation Wednesday, after a slew of sexual harassment allegations against him came to light last spring.
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Interim lead of the campus’s response to sexual violence Carla Hesse said she anticipates the number of sexual misconduct complaints to the campus Title IX office to jump from 196 in the 2014-15 academic year to more than 300 this year.
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Interim lead of the campus’s response to sexual violence Carla Hesse said she anticipates the number of sexual misconduct complaints to the campus Title IX office to jump from 196 in the 2014-15 academic year to more than 300 this year.
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In the wake of an investigation concluding that UCLA policies on discrimination and bias among faculty were “vague” and “inadequate,” UC President Janet Napolitano has called on the system's chancellors to adopt measures that will spur a more transparent system for dealing with diversity issues.
In the wake of an investigation concluding that UCLA policies on discrimination and bias among faculty were “vague” and “inadequate,” UC President Janet Napolitano has called on the system's chancellors to adopt measures that will spur a more transparent system for dealing with diversity issues.