Proposed Title IX regulations intended to help students will only make things worse.
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.
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…
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.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) held virtual public hearings from June 7 – June 11, 2021 to collect testimony to revisit the regulations guiding the implementation of Title IX. Elizabeth A. Armstrong and Kamaria B. Porter gave public comments.
Why the cross-examination requirement in campus sexual assault cases is irresponsible
Student researcher explores differences among university sexual assault policies “Her project … could lead us to have a better understanding of the particular challenges facing religious colleges as they struggle to respond to sexual violence.” — Elizabeth A. Armstrong by Remy Farkas LSA senior Kia Schwert was captivated by the research opportunities at the University …