“Baylor does very now this year, and also the faculty is in an exceedingly great place,Inches he added.
“I’m likely to resist the problem, or even the portrayal, there was an endemic problem,” the university’s former president and chancellor told Texas Tribune Chief executive officer Evan Cruz in the Texas Tribune Festival.
Ken Starr, former chancellor and president of Baylor College, was questioned by Texas Tribune Chief executive officer Evan Cruz in the Texas Tribune Festival on Sept. 24, 2016.
Starr known as for that discharge of more particulars of the college requested report, whose executive summary launched this summer time, came to the conclusion that Baylor had “unsuccessful to consistently support” students who reported sexual assault and “unsuccessful to do this to recognize and eliminate a potentially hostile atmosphere, prevent its recurrence, or address its effects for individual complainants or even the larger campus community.”
Starr also offered full-throated support for Art Briles, Baylor’s ousted mind football coach. He recommended that Briles didn’t should be fired — called the victim of inaccurate news confirming.
Former Baylor College President Ken Starr pressed back Saturday against the concept the college — or its sports department — has systemic problems handling sexual assault research, and known as for discharge of more particulars from the independent analysis that came to the conclusion otherwise.