Title IX disclosures and complaints to the University dropped significantly during the pandemic and subsequently increased, according to a report released on Tuesday.
The number of Title IX disclosures at Harvard fell during the pandemic, only to shoot back up in Fiscal Year 2022. See Title IX disclosure data from the last six years.
Mark E. Zuckerberg, left and Priscilla Chan ’07 speak at the launch of the Kempner Institute for the Study of Natural and Artificial Intelligence on Thursday.
Harvard celebrated the launch of the Kempner Institute for the Study of Natural and Artificial Intelligence on Thursday in an event featuring remarks from Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Proposed Title IX Regulations Roll Back Trump-Era Policies, Raising Concerns Among Higher Education Experts
Faculty and experts expressed both praise and concern regarding the Biden Administration’s newly proposed changes to Title IX regulations on June 23.
Harvard filed a motion on Tuesday asking a federal judge to dismiss nine of 10 counts in a lawsuit filed by three Anthropology graduate students in Feburary alleging the University ignored years of sexual harassment and retaliation by professor John L. Comaroff.
Decades after the landmark statute prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex was first enacted, affiliates say the work toward true gender equity remains unfinished.
Students rallied in support of sexual harassment survivors in the wake of a lawsuit charging that Harvard mishandled sexual misconduct allegations against professor John L. Comaroff.
Harvard professor Charles M. Lieber--pictured here in December 2021--has requested a retrial after being found guilty of lying about his ties to a Chinese recruitment program.
An external review of sexual harrassment at Harvard found that a “permissive culture regarding sexual harassment” allowed former Government professor Jorge I. Domínguez to continue rising through leadership as he sexually harassed at least 18 women over the course of four decades.
Harvard professor Charles M. Lieber exits the John J. Moakley United States Courthouse Tuesday evening after being found guilty of lying about his ties to a Chinese recruitment program.
Harvard professor Charles M. Lieber was found guilty of lying to government authorities about his ties to China in federal court on Tuesday, concluding a stunning downfall for one of the country’s top chemists.
Harvard professor Charles M. Lieber (left) walks away from the John J. Moakley United States Courthouse on Friday alongside his attorney, Marc L. Mukasey.
Federal officials testified in court Monday that alleged false statements made by Harvard professor Charles M. Lieber prevented government authorities from fully exploring his ties to China.
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