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Report: Four Moody professors file EEOC complaints

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LAFAYETTE, La. -

A week after the University of Louisiana at Lafayette fired its softball coach for subjecting female athletes and co-workers to a "hostile learning and working environment," four female professors detailed to The Daily Advertiser their ongoing complaint over what they call gender-based discrimination and hostility.

In June, four faculty members within the B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration signed U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaints of gender-discrimination and harassment regarding some of their male coworkers, the newspaper reports.

Meanwhile, the newspaper reports, one of the men named in at least two of the EEOC complaints, filed his own in February, months before the women. He does not name individuals but alleges he was discriminated against based on his gender and age.

To read the Advertiser's story about the case, click here. 

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