Kazez is restricted from interacting with the student complainants on campus and parts of the university, such as math department classrooms, offices and student dining halls. Anderson and Hill are at odds over the restrictions, but for different reasons.
Anderson said she was concerned about student safety if Kazez is able to appear on some parts of the campus.
“UGA is legally obligated to provide a safe, nondiscriminatory educational environment,” she said. “It is not clear how the limited restrictions will ensure that the university meets this obligation.”
Hill believes the university reversed course on its prior commitment concerning the matter.
“We were told there would be no restrictions once he was not employed,” Hill said. “We don’t think any restrictions are appropriate other than not contacting any of the complainants.”