Educational institutions in Minnesota and other areas of the country have a responsibility to protect students and provide them with the best education possible. However, sometimes schools go a little too far and side with the students before even hearing both sides of the story. This recently happened to a professor from the University of Idaho. The man is now suing for wrongful termination.
While employed at the University of Idaho, the man taught agricultural and life sciences. In 2011, he hired a graduate student as a research scientist. The man, his wife and the graduate student were all close. The man and his wife had no children of their own, so they treated the student like a daughter.