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by Mary Lou Byrd
Faculty members expressed alarm at new sexual harassment policies at the University of Montana approved by the Departments of Justice and Education.
Of special concern is a requirement that those professors who fail to complete training are being reported to the federal government.
Faculty members questioned exactly what information the university felt obliged to report to the DOJ and asked how the agency plans to use the information in a letter to University of Montana President Royce Engstrom, the Missoulian reported last week. They also asked what additional information the university would provide to the DOJ if the agency asked follow-up questions...