Yale News reviews that Don Carlson has left his place as senior government director of the Yale Law School Tsai Leadership Program. This follows abandoning his Rhode Island congressional marketing campaign final month and all of this follows Williams College telling him to hit the highway again in 2019.
And Williams parted methods amid allegations that its then-economics teacher “made a romantic overture to a student while teaching at Williams.”
Carlson’s departure from Williams got here after textual content messages surfaced wherein Carlson allegedly alludes to a possible romantic relationship with a graduating senior. At the time, Carlson was concluding a short lived, full-time college position educating economics. A second scholar reported the textual content messages to Williams, though no formal Title IX grievance was ever filed in opposition to Carlson.
The Leadership Program “equips our students with the robust, cross-disciplinary skill set needed to address the most vexing global challenges in order to create a more equitable and just future for all.” Perhaps these junior statespeople might carry that strong ability set to bear on the vexing problem of horndog professors.
Because we maintain having to put in writing these articles.
YLS program director resigns after acknowledging broached romantic relationship with scholar at Williams [Yale News]
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