Tagged - BCS
Professor denies student class exemption on Lunar New Year, bias report filed
Assistant Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences Jude Mitchell is under review after denying a student an excused absence on Tuesday, Feb. 1, the Lunar New Year.
UR’s BCS department receives $12.2 mil NIH grant
The research project focuses on how the brain understands the difference between object motion and self-motion, and how different parts of our eyes and brain interact to “give rise to our percepts of what we see,” according to Assistant Professor of BCS Ralf Haefner.
UR settles Jaeger retaliation suit with $9.4 million
The uproar over the allegations spurred a federal lawsuit, an investigation, and the resignation of then-president Joel Seligman.
Professors release letters criticizing Jaeger backlash
The writers said they hope for varied perspectives. Former faculty members suing UR say the letters distract from the damage done to Jaeger's accusers.
UR lawyers violate witness confidentiality, echoing past breaches
UR’s law team violated confidentiality of 23 witnesses in the federal lawsuit pitting UR against former students and employees who…
Judge’s decision gives retaliation claims new weight
Nearly all of the claims presented in a lawsuit have a legal basis to proceed, a judge ruled, setting the stage for a showdown in court over allegations that UR retaliated against and defamed nine former students and faculty affiliated with complaints against professor T. Florian Jaeger.