Curriculum Vitae: Episode #3

National Association of Scholars

In this third episode of Curriculum Vitae, Peter W. Wood sits down with KC Johnson to unpack what happened to Title IX and what should be done to fix it. KC is a professor of history and Brooklyn College and an expert on Lyndon Johnson. KC is also one of the foremost experts on campus due process. In this episode, they discuss the new Title IX guidance, released Friday, and KC explains what can be done to shore up this new regulation. Peter and KC dive into the topic of accusation studies, including the damage done to the reputations of students and institutions when due process is bypassed.

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