This scholarly research project provides students with an opportunity to synthesize data into a meaningful content applying theories and frameworks acquired in their program to an analysis of a specific business or economics related issue or problem. Vardan Baghdasaryan, and Dr.
DoubleX has closed its doors. Read a roundtable with its founders hereor see new stories in the Human Interest section. It wasand Sterrett was an engineering student at the University of Michigan. The young woman, CB, lived down the hall.
A group of students had been hanging out in the dorm on a Friday evening—there was drinking, but no one was incapacitated—when CB told Sterrett that her roommate had family Knar thesis staying in their room and she needed a place to spend the night.
Instead, CB came and lay down next to him on his bed. The two had made out in the past but had no serious romantic interest in each other. They talked quietly, started kissing, and then things escalated, as they often do when two teenagers are in bed together. When it became clear they were going to have Knar thesis, CB asked Sterrett about a condom, and he retrieved one from a drawer.
The next morning, Sterrett says CB told him that she wanted to keep their interlude private. They saw each other frequently in the dorm until the school year ended.
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No reason was given. As the interview got under way, Sterrett realized that CB must have told Cowan something disturbing about their one-time assignation.
Becoming concerned about the tenor of the questions, he asked the administrators if he should consult a lawyer. He says they told him that if he ended the interview in order to seek counsel that fact would be reported to the university and the investigation would continue without his input.
He told Cowan that he and CB had had a consensual encounter while his roommate was only a few feet away. The University of Michigan. This account is drawn from the legal filings in that ongoing case. Through his lawyer, Sterrett declined to speak to me. A Michigan spokesman said the university cannot comment on a pending case.
CB has remained anonymous in court filings. I contacted her lawyer, Joshua Sheffer, who sent the following statement: Sterrett and CB were part of a special program called the Michigan Research Community, and members lived together in a residence hall. He was also told that he could not be in the vicinity of CB, which meant he was in effect barred from entering the dorm, cutting him off from most of his friends.
Sexual assault at colleges and universities is indeed a serious problem. For too long, women who were assaulted on campus and came forward were doubted or dismissed, and the men responsible were given a mild rebuke or none at all.
Those who commit serious sexual crimes on campus must be held to account. Colleges, encouraged by federal officials, are instituting solutions to sexual violence against women that abrogate the civil rights of men. In recent years, young activists, many of them women angry about their treatment after reporting an assault, have created new organizations and networks in an effort to reform the way colleges handle sexual violence.
They recognized they had a powerful weapon in that fight: Title IXthe federal law that protects against discrimination in education. Advertisement Unfortunately, under the worthy mandate of protecting victims of sexual assault, procedures are being put in place at colleges that presume the guilt of the accused.
Schools that hold hearings to adjudicate claims of sexual misconduct allow the accuser and the accused to be accompanied by legal counsel.
But as Judith Shulevitz noted in the New Republic in October, many schools ban lawyers from speaking to their clients only notes can be passed.Master thesis titled “Microfinance Internationalization Patterns and its Further Development in Armenia ” (degree with honours) supervised by Olivier Bruno (University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis - GREDEG-CNRS, SKEMA Business School, OFCE-DRIC).
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Knar Khachatryan. joined the CBE in as an Assistant Professor of Marketing and Management. She is an affiliated researcher with Knowledge, Technology and Organization (KTO) research center, SKEMA Business School (France) and GREDEG research lab, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis (France).
This year BAB Thesis projects coming from different disciplines were supervised by three CBE faculty members ‒ Dr. Knar Khachatryan, Dr.
Vardan Baghdasaryan, and Dr. Gayane Barseghyan, who highlighted the importance of culminating projects which demonstrate how students have been using information as a tool for transformation in their.
Dec 07, · Sexual assault on campus is a serious problem. But efforts to protect women from a putative epidemic of violence have led to misguided policies that infringe on the civil rights of men.
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