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DOJ Report Says USU Failed To Respond To Known Allegations Of Sexual Harassment

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The United States Department of Justice has found that a Utah University failed to respond appropriately to known sexual harassment allegations. 

 

Utah State University failed to address sexual misconduct claims between 2013 and 2017 according to the DOJ report released this week.

The investigation began after USU was questioned for their handling of claims that former USU football player Torrey Green raped several women during his time as a student.

USU has signed an agreement with the DOJ that provides steps for future prevention education on the school’s campuses, including requirements to update and revise the institution’s sexual misconduct policies and procedures, to provide in-person training for new students on residential campuses, to require students to complete annual online training, and to require annual in-person training for responsible employees.

 

At 14-years-old, Kerry began working as a reporter for KVEL “The Hot One” in Vernal, Utah. Her radio news interests led her to Logan where she became news director for KBLQ while attending Utah State University. She graduated USU with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and spent the next few years working for Utah Public Radio. Leaving UPR in 1993 she spent the next 14 years as the full time mother of four boys before returning in 2007. Kerry and her husband Boyd reside in Nibley.