University of New Mexico suspends professor for attempted blackmail by student he rejected romantically

Finds him guilty of ‘quid pro quo harassment,’ retaliation after yanking investigator You’re a professor. You meet a graduate student who is not in your class or under your supervision. She comes on to you, and you decide this is fun, so you have a flirty email relationship for several weeks. During these conversations, you offer her a summer research position that would pay a…


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