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Professor accused of sexual harassment to teach online during spring semester

<p>The front of McMaster College, home to the School of Visual Art and Design. The building is located on the corner of Pickens Street and Senate Street.</p>

The front of McMaster College, home to the School of Visual Art and Design. The building is located on the corner of Pickens Street and Senate Street.

David Voros, who is in the middle of two lawsuits that allege sexual harassment, is slated to teach online classes during the spring 2022 semester. 

The two lawsuits against Voros, a professor in USC's School of Visual Art and Design, came from former instructors. University spokesperson Jeff Stensland confirmed the lawsuits are ongoing. 

Voros will be teaching ARTS 210, 710 and 810 online, according to a statement from USC. This will allow Voros to "meet his obligations as a faculty member while maintaining physical separation from campus." 

Voros is barred from campus, and there are no plans to change those restrictions, the statement said. Voros will remain on sabbatical through the fall semester. 

In 2018, a School of Visual Art and Design alum, Allison Dunavant, filed a lawsuit against Voros also accusing him of sexual harassment. According to reporting done by The Daily Gamecock, Dunavant's case is closed. 


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