The University of Michigan has agreed to resolve a lawsuit taken last May by students who claim that university officials did not stop sexual Abuse repeated by the former doctor at Robert Anderson University, the university announced on Thursday. As part of the agreement, the University will create and finance a multidisciplinary Standing Committee known as a coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT), a tool commonly used to prevent sexual misconduct in college campuses.

The non-monetary settlement is pending approval by the judge of the US District Court. UU Victoria Roberts.

In January, the university reached an agreement of $ 490 million with more than 1,000 people who said to Anderson, on his role as head of the health service and then the team doctor, annoyed them for a period 37, until he retired in 2003. He died in 2008.

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