I did, however, include Athletic Directors and people in similar administrative positions.
Note that I left off of the list any cases involving accusations alone without investigation, resignation, admission, administrative action, legal activity, etc.
Specifically, these are cases involving faculty and administrators engaging in sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, violations of dating policies, violations of campus pornography policies, and similar violations, and where: The year listed below refers to the year in which the sexual harassment occurred, in which it was publicized, there was a university or legal finding of fact, or there was an admission of fact by the accused.
UPDATED 3/2/17: Freedom of Information requests are resulting in the release of university investigative reports.
See last item on this post (#3 under Experiences as a Post-Tenure Faculty Member): (33) 2017 (for harassment in 2003): Rohit Varma, University of Southern California.
RESIGNED FROM POSITION – RETAINED POSITION AS TENURED PHYSICS PROFESSOR – AND LOST CIVIL LAWSUIT.
Note that it isn’t only men who are harassers or women being harassed, although the majority of the cases below are of men engaging in a variety of violations of institutional policy relative to women.
I also didn’t include coaches working at universities – that’s a whole other can of worms.
Recent reports are easier to find, but notice how these stretch back in 1981.
And these are just the cases we heard about through the media.
DEPARTMENT CHAIR REQUIRED PROFESSOR TO WRITE A LETTER OF APOLOGY AFTER PROFESSOR MADE A SEXUAL OVERTURE TOWARDS A GRADUATE STUDENT.