Harvard Researcher Banned From Teaching Next Year

The Boston Globe reports today that Harvard University cognitive scientist Marc Hauser, who is on leave after a university investigation found evidence of research misconduct in his lab, will not be allowed to teach at the university next year. Federal investigations into the matter are still pending. The Globe article reports that faculty members in the psychology department, of which Hauser is a member, voted decisively not to allow him to return to teaching this fall, and that his role at the university is still being worked out.