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Lee, the university’s senior vice president for Academic Affairs, told NJ Advance Media.
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The committee’s work was guided by the landmark study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine last year, which found from 20 to 50 percent of women students and over half of women faculty and staff had experienced sexually-harassing behavior on campus.
The so-called “passing the trash” law, “does not currently apply to colleges and universities, and I am interested in seeing a higher education equivalent,” Lee said.
“I praise Rutgers for taking the bull by the horns.”Employment lawyer Nancy Erika Smith of Montclair praised the report, and called for Rutgers to adopt the new policy as soon as possible.“I think these are all good changes – and I’m happy to see that a committee co-chaired by two women at Rutgers created a report recommending real change,” Smith said.