Apparently, there’s a new scandal involving USC’s Office of Conduct, Accountability and Professionalism, according to a report from KCET.
Excerpt: “The attorney’s lawsuit was filed just days after USC named a new leader for equity, equal opportunity and Title IX, replacing Gretchen Gaspari, who is accused in the court document of retaliating against the attorney for reporting that her own husband, John Gaspari, was convicted of misusing graphic photographs involving another woman, costing him his job as executive director of the USC Center for Work and Family Life. In the complaint, Gretchen Gaspari is referred to as Dahlinger-Means.”
An attorney who investigates workplace misconduct at USC has filed suit against the institution, alleging destroyed records, keeping "shadow files" on employees, & retaliation against professors that spoke out against university leadership. https://t.co/xN9rq0Uwqt #SoCalConnected— KCET-TV SoCal (@KCET) July 14, 2020