(CBS DETROIT) – A $9.2 million settlement has been reached with sexual misconduct accusers at the University of Michigan.
Eight women accused the school’s former provost, Martin Philbert of sexual harassment earlier this year.READ MORE: Third Stimulus Check: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400
Philbert has since been removed after an investigation.
The university also agreed to work with the accusers to implement sexual misconduct protocols.READ MORE: Looking to Travel? Here are the Latest COVID-19 Travel Restrictions State by State
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