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Emory is not taking action in wake of The New York Times report that the U.S. Department of Education is reportedly preparing to revise Title IX guidelines regarding how sexual misconduct cases are handled on college campuses, according to Emory’s ...

Emory is set to redesign its four-year bachelor/master’s programs into five-year “4+1” programs, due to faculty concerns regarding the rigor of the programs. The bachelor/master’s programs in political science, chemistry, mathematics and mathematics/computer science, through which students could earn their ...

Emory will continue to enforce Obama-era Title IX guidelines regarding university sexual assault cases, though the U.S. Department of Education announced interim guidelines while it develops replacement policies. The Title IX changes were announced Sept. 22, and interim policies will ...

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced that her department plans to rescind the “failed system” of Obama-era campus sexual assault guidelines to ensure fairness for both the survivors and the accused. The Obama administration’s 2011 “Dear Colleague Letter,” which provided ...