Proposed Title IX regulations intended to help students will only make things worse.
Critics of newly proposed Title IX regulations fear that the Biden administration is stripping away due process; others believe the Department of Education is striking an appropriate balance.
URSA researchers Kamaria Porter, Sandra Levitsky, and Elizabeth Armstrong are excited to announce the publication of their paper, Gender Equity and Due Process in Campus Sexual Assault Adjudication Procedures in the Journal of Higher Education.
The U.S. Education Department on Thursday released its proposed Title IX regulations, which would reverse many Trump-era policies and restore the pro-victim approach championed by the Obama administration.
Administrators and legal experts say yes—and that recent regulatory changes have deterred victims from reporting.
The New-York Historical Society looks back on the landmark gender equality legislation and how it transformed women’s access to education, sports and more.
March 24, 2022 | The University Record The University of Michigan and attorneys representing plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit have agreed to settle claims in the case with the creation of a broadly representative team designed to further protect the university community from sexual misconduct. Read more…
On January 25, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court order in Brown v. State of Arizona et al., granting the University of Arizona summary judgment to dismiss Title IX claims asserted against the university by a plaintiff female student.
On January 11, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a precedential decision in Hall v. Millersville University, holding for the first time that colleges and universities may face damages liability under Title IX for deliberate indifference to known sexual harassment committed by nonstudent guests.
Sociology faculty members Sandy Levitsky and Elizabeth A. Armstrong launched a research project examining how universities were responding to student sexual misconduct in a rapidly changing legal environment.