Convicted

Robert Drago, who The Chronicle of Higher Education called "one of the most prominent scholars of policies promoting work-life balance in academe" in a 2010 story the GenomeWeb Careers blog covered here, has been convicted of misdemeanor sexual abuse of a minor in Superior Court of Washington, DC, the Chronicle now reports.

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