University of Rochester faculty senate considers censuring Florian Jaeger

In a meeting on Tuesday, the University of Rochester Faculty Senate considered taking an unusual step and censuring Florian Jaeger for his role in creating a hostile environment in the brain and cognitive sciences department at the University. Some faculty members wondered, "How could a professor’s behavior be morally wrong to the extent that it affected students’ access to education, but not merit disciplinary action." 

The Faculty Senate also considered voting to censure employees at the university counsel's office who searched professors' emails and shared them with their department chair without permission.