Provosts Survey Covers Impact of Me Too Movement on Campuses
February 7, 2019
This year’s Inside Higher Ed Survey of Chief Academic Officers marks the first time the survey features questions concerning the Me Too movement. The 2019 edition reflects answers from 475 provosts and chief academic officers while they face pressure to address harassment issues on college campuses. Some survey’s highlights include:
46 percent of provosts reported having at least one faculty member facing harassment allegations in the past year.
69 percent of provosts agree that higher education has tolerated harassment by faculty members for far too long.