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97% of full professors hold doctorates.
Additional Violations Subsequent to the Final Determination for Harassment
Any violation by the Respondent of the terms of the Final Determination imposed by the College-either by renewed acts of harassment or retaliation against the Complainant or by a breach of agreed confidentiality-is regarded as a severe infraction under this Policy, subject to additional sanctions, including dismissal. In the case of a faculty member with continuous tenure, or an unexpired special or probationary appointment, the President will present the alleged violation of the Final Determination to the Hearing Committee described in paragraph 3b (even if, because of the passage of time, the membership will be different) and seek its recommendation on any additional sanctions being considered. The Hearing Committee will review the evidence of the alleged violation and statements from the Respondent before making a written recommendation to the President. Imposition by the College of additional sanctions or of dismissal may be appealed to the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees (see "Procedures for Appeal," Section 3).
Approved by vote of the Faculty on 24 March 2008
Approved by vote of the Trustees on 10 May 2008
Implemented 1 July 2008