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Brian Dorrington

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Senior Director of University Com...

Marquette University
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee , Wisconsin 53201
United States

Company Description: About Marquette University: Marquette University, a Catholic, Jesuit university located in Milwaukee, Wis., has been educating people of faith to be leaders in...   more

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Marquette University spokesman ..., 10 Jan 2015 [cached]
Marquette University spokesman Brian Dorrington stated that because the university's "definition of suspension is without pay," he was not suspended, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
"[A] controversial offensive subject should be allowed by a TA to be discussed in class [and a] professor cannot be relieved of teaching duties for having a viewpoint contrary to the university's position on a moral issue," Dorrington stated.
Dorrington first focused on the dynamics of the relationship between faculty and student-instructors.
"We want to emphasize that all of our graduate student teaching assistants are students first," Dorrington said. "As students, they are learning their craft and it is our expectation that they are mentored and supported by our faculty. The university has clearly outlined rules of conduct, specifically as they relate to the faculty-student relationship."
The university spokesman then turned the issue into one of discrimination.
"The rules state that behaving in an overtly discourteous, abusive or disrespectful manner toward a student is considered a violation of accepted policy and practice," Dorrington stated, citing the Employment Handbook's General Conduct section.
"To the best of our knowledge, ..., 19 Jan 2015 [cached]
"To the best of our knowledge, this information was accessed by a single individual -- one Marquette employee -- who promptly reported it to the university and we took immediate action to remove access to the documents," Marquette spokesman Brian Dorrington told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Pewsitter News, 4 Dec 2014 [cached]
Brian Dorrington, senior director of communications at Marquette University, told CNA Nov. 21 that the university requires all employees, faculty, staff and student employees, to complete an anti-harassment module "in accordance with federal law and university policy," He added that harassment training "includes the latest changes in law, and workplace diversity training reflects developing regulations."
He said the presentation uses "hypothetical scenarios" are "teaching tools do not necessarily equate to university policy."
"They are simply tools to raise awareness of various forms of harassment that could arise," he said, adding that any specific harassment case "would be reviewed on an individual basis."
The information exposed in the breach ..., 16 Sept 2014 [cached]
The information exposed in the breach includes applicants' personal and financial data, including dates of birth, addresses and Social Security numbers. 

Marquette University Spokesman Brian Dorrington said the only person believed to have seen the data was the university employee who discovered the breach and notified school authorities. 

"The university and the graduate school have taken appropriate steps to prevent further access to education records," the university said in a statement. "We encourage anyone affected to sign up for free 90-day fraud alerts with partnering credit bureaus."

To protect applicants who were affected by the breach, Marquette University said it will provide free fraud alerts. 

In a statement Monday night, Marquette ..., 26 Feb 2013 [cached]
In a statement Monday night, Marquette spokesman Brian Dorrington said Marquette's leadership initially wasn't aware of the specific programming planned for the workshop.
University leaders reviewed the workshop outline after receiving a complaint from a former student, and found that "aspects fell outside the center's stated purpose," Dorrington said.
"Because of this, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center is no longer sponsoring the student-led workshop," Dorrington said, declining to elaborate on the reasons.
Marquette University "fully supports the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center and the goals set forth in the center's charter," and has done so since the center's inception, Dorrington said.
Dorrington, the Marquette spokesman, disagreed with that characterization.
"During the past two years, Marquette University has worked diligently to implement and embed many educational programs on the important topics of gender and sexuality," he said.
"The center allows us to delve into issues of gender and sexuality with respect, sensitivity, academic rigor and concern for social justice," Dorrington said.
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