I like how after all the hemming and hawing, the department just decided to all vote to hire this guy anyway (who they knew had an affair with a student) ... (2016 NYT article from )
And then of course there's Jason Lieb, who admitted during a job interview to have had an affair with one of his own students - UChicago hired Lieb anyway, then he raped a student there.
JT violated their Code of Conduct (CoC) & if your reaction is, “Fine, ban him, but don’t make it public,” then please read 's . (I don’t know JT violation details; I’m not suggesting JT did anything similar to Lieb.) 2/
2. Stories by at Buzzfeed and at Science often came up in my interviews. Some knew of my own reporting on a molecular biologist who resigned from U-Chicago in 2016 after violating its sexual harassment policy.