In part, the report reads: "In sum, we find that the evidence does not support a conclusion that any Complainant or other UR student or employee has been subjected to unlawful sexual harassment as a result of Jaeger's conduct." The full report is available here.

The results of a special committee's investigation into the University of Rochester's handling of sexual misconduct allegations against a professor have been released.

Click here to read the full report. The report, in part, states the following:

"The University’s investigations relating to Jaeger in 2016 were conducted in good faith, impartially, professionally and in accordance with UR Policy 106. And we agree with its ultimate conclusion of no policy violations."

"In sum, we find that the evidence does not support a conclusion that any Complainant or other UR student or employee has been subjected to unlawful sexual harassment as a result of Jaeger's conduct."

The committee looked into allegations made in complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The complaints, and a federal lawsuit, were filed by a group of nine former students and faculty members who say the university mishandled allegations against Professor Florian Jaeger, who was cleared of wrongdoing by the university, and then retaliated against those who reported the behavior