U of King’s College investigates retired professor charged with sexual assault

March 8, 2021

The University of King’s College has announced that it has appointed a third-party to review the actions of a retired professor who has been charged with sexual assault. Global News reports that the alleged sexual assault happened in 1988, while Dr Wayne Hankey was an instructor at U of King’s College. The article explains that Hankey, who was recently teaching one course at Dalhousie University, has stepped back due to the circumstances. “When the Review concludes you will hear from King’s again,” said U of King’s College president Bill Lahey. “And at that time, King’s will be as transparent as the law allows. I am determined that future generations will not find us wanting.” Global News | CBC (NS)