The Harvard Graduate School of Education hosted a panel discussion Thursday on the effects of surveillance programs that target Muslim and minority youths in schools.
The accusations have sparked turmoil on Harvard’s campus, prompting administrators to put Jorge I. Dominguez on “leave.”
The department is also creating an electronic suggestion box to which Harvard affiliates will be able to anonymously submit questions and information.
Graduate and undergraduate students sent two open letters to administrators Wednesday outlining a vision for institutional change after the Dominguez scandal.
Faust “did not know” about the decades of sexual harassment allegedly perpetrated by Gov Professor Jorge I. Dominguez after he was punished for harassment in the 1980s.
The same day the graduate students sent the letter, administrators announced the department was undertaking several initiatives in response to the allegations.
Administrators also outlined a series of steps the department is taking to address academic and cultural concerns surrounding the allegations.
In the wake of sexual harassment allegations against Government Professor Jorge I. Dominguez, department affiliates reached out to students in support.
Harvard is asking affiliates who have experienced “inappropriate behavior” to come forward after new sexual misconduct allegations against Gov. Professor Dominguez.