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Brian Dorrington

Senior Director of University Communication

Marquette University

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Marquette University

1515 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin,53201

United States

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Marquette University is a Catholic and Jesuit university located near the heart of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin that offers a comprehensive range of majors in 11 nationally and internationally recognized colleges and schools. The University has more than 8,...more

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Catholic university employees told to file harassment complaints against coworkers who oppose same-sex 'marriage' | Life Views

www.bcptl.org [cached]

Brian Dorrington, senior director of communications at Marquette University, told the Catholic News Agency that their training program "includes the latest changes in law, and workplace diversity training reflects developing regulations."
Asked whether the content of the anti-harassment course reflects the position of Marquette University when it comes to speech related to same-sex "marriage," Dorrington told CNA that the "hypothetical scenarios" contained in the programming are "teaching tools [that] do not necessarily equate to university policy." "They are simply tools to raise awareness of various forms of harassment that could arise," he said. Specific accusations of harassment "would be reviewed on an individual basis," said Dorrington. But the university's approach to speech that could be called either "Catholic" or "harassment" - depending on who is doing the listening - is already facing scrutiny after a student accused his instructor of squelching a discussion over same-sex "marriage" in her ethics class, saying that there was no use discussing it because "everybody agrees" it should be legal. When the student came to her after class to object, and told her that he opposed same-sex "marriage," she said she would not tolerate "homophobic" remarks in her classroom and advised him to drop the class, even though it is required for graduation. In relation to that case, Dorrington said in a statement that the university is "reviewing both a concern raised by a student and a concern raised by a faculty member.


wisconsingazette.com

Noting that "our graduate student teaching assistants are students first," Marquette senior communication director Brian Dorrington said via email that "the safety of our students and campus community is our top priority."
"The university has a policy in which it clearly states that it does not tolerate harassment and will not stand for faculty members subjecting students to any form of abuse, putting them in harm's way," Dorrington added.


www.jsonline.com

Asked about the timing of the action, Marquette spokesman Brian Dorrington said the Board of Trustees' met for the first time this academic year on Thursday.


www.thestar.com

Asked about the timing of the action, Marquette spokesman Brian Dorrington said the Board of Trustees met for the first time this academic year on Thursday.


milwaukeenns.org

"The HRSA grant is one that decreased annually over its five-year span, requiring the College of Nursing to subsidize the clinic with additional revenue," said Brian Dorrington, senior director of university communication at Marquette.
Dorrington explained that the decision to close in five weeks was made to "coincide with the end of the HRSA grant schedule, as well as the end of the college's facility lease with the City of Milwaukee." Dorrington also said patients were informed that they could go to two of the College of Nursing's other clinics, which run in partnership with the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin at the Northside YMCA, 1350 W. North Ave., and the COA Goldin Center, 2320 W. Burleigh St. Both clinics offer primary care services but not prenatal care or midwifery services.


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