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They cite allegations from current and past professors and students at Rochester that the administration cleared a chronic harasser on the faculty of wrongdoing while retaliating against those who reported him.“In the present circumstances, we cannot in good conscience encourage our students to pursue educational or employment opportunities” at Rochester, reads a new open letter to the institution’s Board of Trustees.This site was developed by university professors affiliated with five major public universities.Information is research-based and peer-reviewed for accuracy.If you are an educator, we invite you to incorporate site content into your lessons on personal finance and to encourage your students to complete the online course.If you are a college administrator or student services worker, you can incorporate the online course into requirements for your students or encourage them to take the course on a voluntary basis.
Dissatisfied with the process, the faculty members who brought the complaint pushed the university for a more thorough response.
In early 2016, however, Jaeger allegedly expressed enthusiasm for faculty-student dating during faculty meetings, and several senior professors soon learned more about his history of “predation.” They consulted junior faculty members about the matter, and the group decided to report the alleged misconduct to the university and work to rebuild a positive departmental climate.
Two former chairs signed their names to the report and were initially hopeful about the university’s responsiveness.
He became the dominant force not only in determining their professional opportunities, but also their day-to-day social lives, gaining access to their personal information, which he used to emotionally manipulate and humiliate them.” Beyond sexual misconduct, the complaint says, Jaeger encouraged constant “collaboration” with him, often so that he could claim credit for students' work.
He allegedly demanded that any student working remotely in his area of expertise -- human language processing -- cite or list him as an author.
Description of a Predator The complaint describes Jaeger as a “narcissistic and manipulative sexual predator” who “engaged in numerous sexual relationships with [Rochester] and visiting students, which he flaunted.” He had unprotected sex with students and confided in others that he worried he might have a sexually transmitted disease, used sexual language and intentionally demeaned female students (especially about their intelligence and weight), and sent an unwanted photo of his genitalia to one particular student, according to the complaint.