(7) 2017: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison.
How many more were never reported because, let’s be honest here, what’s the point if the crimes are barely punished and people are hired elsewhere anyway?
Recent stories about sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, stalking, violations of dating policies, violations of campus pornography policies, and similar violations in academia are NOT A FLUKE!
Returning writers include showrunner Leonard Katzman, Mitchell Wayne Katzman, Arthur Bernard Lewis, and Louella Lee Caraway, and they are joined by Howard Lakin, who wrote several episodes for seasons 4-6 plus newcomers Simon Masters and Jonathan Hales. R.) is billed alongside Leonard Katzman as executive producer, while Howard Lakin is the show's new producer. Tommy receives a shipment of cocaine from South America, then when Tommy can't get an import license due to his criminal record, Tracey agrees to get the license for him, not knowing that he plans to use it to import drugs; April tells Bobby that she wants them to be friends again, even if they are rivals in the oil business; Tommy admits to J. that he blames Carter for his mother's death; Don kisses Sue Ellen after she tells him about a painful part of her past. tells Bobby about West Star's European deal and Bobby agrees to make J. R.; Bobby and Tracey realize their relationship isn't moving forward and call it quits; desperate for more money and high on cocaine, Tommy trashes April's apartment and assaults her; Bobby attacks Tommy; Carter vows revenge on Bobby for hurting both of his children. and Bobby reject Herr Brundin's offer to buy Ewing Oil and suspect Carter Mc Kay was behind it, however, Brundin is still interested in making a deal the Ewings; J. is having a tough time keeping up with Cally's youthful energy; Afton is angry with Cliff for going to her home uninvited and is reluctant to talk about her daughter, but when Cliff insinuates that Pamela is his child by expressing concern that she may have the fatal genetic condition that runs in his family, Afton tells Cliff that he is not Pamela's father; Clayton doesn't remember the last 20 years of his life and has a hard time believing Miss Ellie when she tells him that he sold the Southern Cross Ranch; Sue Ellen considers telling Miss Ellie that she is making a movie about her marriage to J. after realizing that Miss Ellie may learn some rather disturbing secrets her son has kept from her; while in Vienna, J.
Cliff Fenneman, having served as associate producer since the first season, is now billed co-producer, alongside Mitchell Wayne Katzman, while Arthur Bernard Lewis remains as supervising producer. and Cally get married; Sue Ellen asks Don to escort her to the wedding so that he can get a feel for Southfork; Cliff gets evidence that J. is attempting to sell the Ewing properties to another company, but he doesn't know that J. and April own that company; a violent storm forces Sue Ellen , Don, Cliff, April and the Mc Kay's to seek refuge at Southfork for the night; April is unsettled by Tommy's actions; when Cally tells J. Needing more money for his 'business', Tommy offers to sell information about an important European deal Carter is working on for West Star to J. poking his nose into the company's oil business, then after he confronts J. Fearful of both the police and his South American drug suppliers, Tommy flees Dallas; J. continues with his plan to manipulate Ewing Oil into the European deal; Tracey tells Bobby she's leaving Dallas to try to find Tommy; Cliff is pleasantly surprised to find that his ex-girlfriend Afton Cooper has returned to Dallas, but she's worried that Cliff is still the same work-obsessed man he was when she left; Bobby, J. and Cally leave for Europe to complete the deal for Ewing Oil. R., and Cally arrive in Salzburg, Austria where they are befriended by an American couple secretly working for Carter Mc Kay; Don gives Sue Ellen a finished copy of the manuscript for her movie; Miss Ellie is worried when Clayton doesn't return after leaving Southfork early in the morning; Bobby receives a mysterious letter requesting a meeting with him and is surprised to see who it is from; Miss Ellie is alarmed to hear that Clayton was thrown from his horse and, as a result, he has partial amnesia and doesn't remember her; Cliff is shocked when he goes to visit Afton, but instead meets her daughter, Pamela Rebecca Cooper; J. and Bobby meet with the head of the European consortium, however, the offer he gives them may be more than they are willing to make.
UPDATED 3/2/17: Freedom of Information requests are resulting in the release of university investigative reports.
I am listing these reports under the date of release to make it clear when these cases came to light.
I decided to organize these by discipline and to include both faculty and administrators.
Note that it isn’t only men who are harassers or women being harassed, although the majority of the cases below are of men engaging in a variety of violations of institutional policy relative to women.
Finally, to avoid accusations of libel, I list only cases that meet the above criteria and for which a news report, court case, or copy of the institutional investigation is available.
I modify the list as new information is provided, including the removal of cases that no longer meet the criteria.
She then informs him that she has no plans to release it unless J. ever steps out of line and does something to hurt her or John Ross.