University of Minnesota president Eric Kaler says he takes “full responsibility” for hiring Norwood Teague as the Gophers’ athletic director. Kaler told WCCO-AM Wednesday he hired Teague and that he takes “full responsibility for doing that. That’s my job.”
The search firm that recommended hiring Norwood Teague as University of Minnesota’s athletic director in 2012 is deflecting criticism over its vetting process.
Some lawmakers say Minnesota laws may need to be changed to help protect victims of sexual harassment.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler says the school has received “a small number” of additional complaints of sexual harassment by Norwood Teague since the athletic director resigned.
From Trans-Siberian Orchestra to CBS Late Night to plus size clothing, here’s a look at the top four stories for Tuesday, August 18, 2015.
The University of Minnesota paid a search firm more than $112,000 in 2012 to find and help recruit Norwood Teague as athletic director. Teague resigned earlier this month after two women came forward with sexual harassment claims against him.
The director of a center for sexual assault and harassment victims at the University of Minnesota says they have been getting more calls in the wake of the sexual assault scandal involving the university’s former athletic director.
Katie Eichele, director University of Minnesota’s Aurora Center, visited WCCO Sunday Morning to talk with Esme Murphy about sexual harassment in the workplace. This comes after the resigniation of the U’s athletic director, Norwood Teague. The Aurora Center for Advocacy & Education serves University of Minnesota and Augsburg College students, faculty and staff — providing counsel and advice for those seeking help for sexual harassment or assault.
University of Minnesota president Eric Kaler retreated Friday from comments he made right after athletic director Norwood Teague’s surprise resignation over sexual harassment allegations late last week, when he suggested it all happened because Teague had been served too much alcohol.
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The University of Minnesota has released a timeline of events after the alleged sexual harassment that led to former athletic director Norwood Teague’s resignation.
The University Of Minnesota has released the statement of Ann Aronson and Erin Dady, the two women who filed the initial complaints of sexual harassment and assault by former athletic director Norwoood Teague.
There are still many unanswered questions about the Gophers athletic department under Norwood Teague. Most pressing: Whether anyone else knew about Teague’s behavior towards women, and should have done something about it. The University announced an independent investigation Tuesday that will look into that, among other things.
As the dust settles over the resignation of University of Minnesota Athletic Director Norwood Teague, the search for a new leader has yet to officially begin.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler and the chair of the university’s Board of Regents have agreed to a major independent investigation of the school’s athletic department.
The University of Minnesota responded Monday to a third woman’s claims that she was sexually harassed by former athletic director Norwood Teague by asking that anyone else with similar allegations come forward.
New allegations of sexual harassment are surfacing against the now resigned University of Minnesota Athletic Director Norwood Teague.
om shots at a protest for the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Mo. to more accusations against former University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague, here’s a look at four popular stories in headlines Monday.
Beth Goetz was named interim director of athletics after Norwood Teague resigned, admitting to sexually harrasing two university employees.
University of Minnesota Athletic Director Norwood Teague announced his resign following reports of sexual harassment. The University of Minnesota released a statement saying university president Eric W. Kaler accepted Teague’s resignation effective immediately.
The University of Minnesota announced Monday it has received a $17 million donation from boosters John and Nancy Lindahl to go towards the school’s Athletics Village.
Jenny Hansen has been promoted from interim coach to full-time head coach for the Minnesota women’s gymnastics team. Golden Gophers athletic director Norwood Teague made the announcement on Tuesday.
At long last, Minnesota will finally get the chance to host an outdoor NHL game next season. The Wild will play the Chicago Blackhawks in one of the NHL’s two “Stadium Series” games. The match-up is set for Feb. 21, 2016 at TCF Bank Stadium. “A real thrill,” Wild CEO Matt Majka said. “And happiness. And a little relief maybe, too, because we’ve been waiting a long time.”
The University of Minnesota has raised $65 million toward the athletic facilities campaign, roughly one-third of the original goal.