UCLA Pays Grad Students $460,000 to Settle Harassment Suit Against Gabriel Piterberg
UCLA has reached a settlement with two female grad students who charged Middle East studies prof Gabriel Piterberg with sexual harassment, according to Inside Higher Ed
. "One graduate student will receive $350,000 and the other is owed $110,000 and a dissertation year fellowship, according to a statement from the university." So, after costing his employer $460,000 and a dissertation fellowship, not to mention the more important effects his nefarious actions had on vulnerable grad students who trusted him, Piterberg is again teaching about the Middle East. As if students needed another reason to avoid this reliably anti-American, anti-Israel mouthpiece for the far left.
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