April 3, 2012 12:00 AM
Hikind said some high-level staff members claim despite recommendations from search committees, Provost William Tramontano prevented observant Jewish women from being hired as teachers and other Orthodox Jews were denied promotions because of their religion.
“In one particular case, a person who was trying to get a job, her name was Miriam, was approved by the committee,” Hikind said "
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