In late 2012, Lee said she was pregnant with twins and moved to Washington State, where some of her family members lived.Wang helped her move and sent her money and gifts, according to the suit.Wang was married to someone else and Pittsburgh had a policy against professor-student sexual relationships when the professor is teaching or evaluating the work or research of the student.Both denied the affair when initially confronted about it by their department chair in the middle of that year.The best way to explore the nation’s capital is by bike!Get out, enjoy some fresh air, and explore the many sites that Washington DC has to offer.
“We did that after a lot of jack-hammering and use of other heavy equipment,” Ms Toler said.
And a lawsuit due to proceed to trial involving a former University of Pittsburgh professor and a research assistant in his lab reads like one heck of a cautionary tale. Wang alleges that Lee attempted to sabotage his career and relationships with his family and colleagues, in part by sharing a sexually explicit photo in a mass email and requesting that he be served with a petition for a restraining order during an out-of-state interview.
Tianyi Wang, former associate professor of infectious diseases and microbiology at Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public Health, is suing his former research assistant, Aram Lee, for invasion of privacy, fraud and defamation, among other counts, in a U. Lee and Wang began dating in 2012, court documents show.
In early 2013, Lee sent emails to the department chair and other faculty members and administrators at Pittsburgh, in addition to campus police, saying Wang had used and manipulated her for sex, and that she had moved out of state to get away from him.
She said he once broke into her apartment and, on another occasion, threatened to hurt himself if he couldn't see her.