A federal jury ordered the University of Oregon to pay Paula Rogers $164,000 after finding that she was a victim of adverse treatment and a hostile work environment in the East Asian languages and literatures department because she is half-Japanese and not entirely Japanese, The Eugene Register-Guard reported. The university declined to comment on the verdict. Since her contract was not renewed, Rogers has taught in Taiwan, resulting in an extremely long-distance marriage with her husband, who teaches at Oregon.
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