University of Colorado Business School Settles Discrimination Suit for $40k

August 31, 2016

The University of Colorado has paid a former business school staffer $40,000 to settle a federal gender discrimination complaint.

The Daily Camera reported that Robin Miglarese, the former associate director of operations in executive education for the Leeds School of Business, filed a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She says she resigned because Dean David Ikenberry and other officials created a hostile work environment and discriminated against her for being female and over the age of 40.

As part of the settlement, the university has paid about $7,800 for business school leaders to receive training on “emotional intelligence.”

legal_settlementThis is the third gender discrimination complaint filed with the employment commission. One is still pending and another was dismissed in April.

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