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The University has established disciplinary procedures and we are responding to the court's findings, however we are unable to comment on individual employment matters.Bob Jones University (BJU) is a private non-denominational Protestant university in Greenville, South Carolina, United States, known for its conservative cultural and religious positions.Salter was convicted of assault by beating and causing criminal damage to belongings at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on 13 July this year.Ms Smith had been punched in the face, knocked out and stamped on, and said she had salt poured into her eyes and ears.Hareem Ghani, NUS women’s officer said: “What happened to Allison is truly appalling, yet unsurprising.This case is indicative of wider issues around sexism, domestic assault and how we tackle violence against women within universities and society as a whole.She said in her victim statement: “The assault, the trial and the anxiety that has come from all of this has changed my life.It has completely put my life on hold.” “I feel as though he not only so freely stamped on me physically but stamped out my confidence.
This is about a man who has abused and exploited his position of power and authority to perpetrate domestic abuse.” During the 10-month period between his arrest and conviction, Salter continued to teach, the university has admitted, while Ms Smith said she remained so traumatised she was afraid to leave the house.
“I have graphic nightmares about what happened, I can see his foot coming down on me, salt being poured over me, and I wake up shaking and sweating.
“I often fear that another young woman will have to endure what I have with him and I fear that I won’t have closure for a long time.
The shock of what happened; the patterns of manipulation, the disturbing physical and verbal abuse will never leave me.” contacted Dr Salter but he was unable to provide a comment.
Responding to the actions taken by Sussex University, the National Union of Students said the union did not believe Dr Salter should be able to remain in his post and called on the institution to adopt a strict strategy in dealing with assault and violence.
It has approximately 2,800 students, and is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools.