NUS mishandling of sexual misconduct case: Tembusu College rector Tommy Koh says will offer resignation, but later backtracks

24/10/2020 9:26:00 AM

NUS mishandling of sexual misconduct case: Tembusu College rector Tommy Koh says will offer resignation, but later backtracks

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LOL.. this is some serious energy reaffirming why NUS is such a shitty place People makes mistakes man. That’s his choice. Not YOURS’ So you feel like saying resign and you just said it? There are many who are jobless. There maybe some (jobless or with job) who may be qualified for your job title too. But given your position, you can just backtrack yourself? It just shows how “serious” you take your position.

'The buck stops here' obviously doesn't apply in Singapore.

NUS has 'fallen short' in handling Jeremy Fernando's dismissal, says Tembusu College rector Tommy KohSINGAPORE: The National University of Singapore (NUS) has “fallen short” in its handling of the dismissal of Tembusu College fellow Dr Jeremy ... TK sir, thank you for being upfront 👏🏽 but COVID-19 was handled very sloppily! NUS should (by now) have a “Serious Crime Unit” within its campus with an alarming number of cases! 🇸🇬is like running “headless” with NO guidelines ; anyone’s moral obligation....

NUS has fallen short in handling of sexual allegations against ex-Tembusu College don, pledges to be more transparent: Tommy KohNUS has pledged to be more open and transparent in the way it provides information about sexual misconduct cases.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

‘Civil duty’ to file police report against ex-lecturer, even if alleged victims did not: NUSSINGAPORE — The National University of Singapore (NUS) said on Friday (Oct 23) that it was legally obliged to file a police report against a former lecturer for sexual misconduct, even though the alleged victims had decided not to do so. Any chance Tommy and other heads will roll? Surely they were asleep on the job here?

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NUS admits it has ‘fallen short’ in handling ex-lecturer’s sexual misconduct allegations; shortcomings due to ‘conservative culture’SINGAPORE — The National University of Singapore (NUS) on Friday (Oct 23) admitted to its shortcomings in the way it handled the allegations of sexual misconduct against a former lecturer. It means cover your arse.

NUS has 'fallen short' in handling Jeremy Fernando's dismissal, says Tembusu College rector Tommy KohSINGAPORE: The National University of Singapore (NUS) has “fallen short” in its handling of the dismissal of Tembusu College fellow Dr Jeremy ... TK sir, thank you for being upfront 👏🏽 but COVID-19 was handled very sloppily! NUS should (by now) have a “Serious Crime Unit” within its campus with an alarming number of cases! 🇸🇬is like running “headless” with NO guidelines ; anyone’s moral obligation....