ASU professor Lawrence Krauss accused of sexual misconduct

Professor Lawrence Krauss speaks at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. Photo courtesy of Janice Sinclaire, communication director for the Bulletin of The Atomic Scientists. / Photo by Thom Wolf | Courtesy

The Origins Project founder has been accused by colleagues and students from multiple institutions

By Chris Scragg     | The State Press

Lawrence Krauss, a prominent professor within ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration, has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple colleagues and students, according to a BuzzFeed article.

The BuzzFeed report described a pattern of sexual harassment spanning more than 10 years at multiple institutions and organizations. The incidents were alleged by students, faculty and other witnesses.

The University hasn’t received complaints from any ASU students or faculty regarding Krauss, according to an official statement from ASU, but ASU is opening a review based on the story.

Krauss called the BuzzFeed article “slanderous” and “factually incorrect” in an email to The State Press.

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