The U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday announced an agreement with Troy University that resolved a complaint that the institution had violated federal law by terminating Cleopatra Jones from a position in human resources while she was on military leave, and then failing to give her a position upon the conclusion of her military service. The university has agreed to pay Jones $36,960 and to take steps to avoid future violations of laws regarding the employment rights of those in the military.
- Roadblocks for ROTC?
- Dean Whose Silence Couldn't Be Bought
- Both complainants and respondents in sexual assault cases question privacy policies
- Fraying of Academic Freedom
- Sallie Mae, Navient settle U.S. charges of overcharging servicemembers, misrepresenting late fees
- U.S. civil rights office finds Title IX violations at VMI and settles with Tufts
- Quick Takes: Democratic Candidates Back Military Recruiters, Texas Includes Immigrants in Veterans' Program, Mixed Financial Outlook for Colleges, Science Indicators, Pope Cancels Speech, Campaign Against UK Quality Agency
- Necessary Evils
Search for Jobs