Such acts are prohibited by WAU policy, as well as state and federal laws.
Individuals who the university determines more likely than not engaged in these types of behaviors, are subject to penalties up to and including dismissal or separation from WAU, regardless of whether they are also facing criminal or civil charges in a court of law.
Washington Adventist University (WAU or university) is committed to providing a safe learning and working environment for all members of our campus community.
In compliance with federal law, specifically Title IX, the Jeanne Clery Act, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (Sa VE Act), WAU has adopted policies and procedures to prevent and respond to incidents of sexual discrimination, harassment, misconduct, assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
I hope there is an explanation for the allegations.” Dan Morse at The Washington Post first reported the story shattering the community. He then worked as a prosecutor for the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Dobbs is from Montgomery County and received his J. He currently deals with a variety of practice areas, including criminal defense, personal injury, and workers’ compensation.
The Washington Adventist University Title IX Coordinator: Dr.