Life Inside the Title IX Pressure Cooker

September 9, 2019

The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Sarah Brown

Seven months ago, Andrea Goldblum made a decision. It cost Goldblum her job, her home, her health insurance. She moved into a family member’s condo. She dipped into retirement savings to pay bills. She wondered whether her 30-year career in higher education was over.

Goldblum had been in charge of overseeing sexual-misconduct cases at the University of Cincinnati. Her job was to investigate complaints, prevent sexual assault and harassment on campus, and comply with Title IX, the gender-equity law.


“When it’s your program and you work there, you live in it,” said Paul Apicella, a former Title IX coordinator at three universities.


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