U of C professor resigns amid sexual misconduct probe

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CHICAGO — A professor at the University of Chicago has resigned amid a sexual misconduct investigation.

The New York Times reports, molecular biologist Jason Leib made unwelcome sexual advances to several young women, during a retreat for graduate students.

The investigation found, Leib also engaged in sexual activity with a woman who was passed out drunk.

Leib quit last month before any charges were brought; he hasn’t commented on his resignation.

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