A Michigan State University professor is back to work after receiving six weeks of suspension for 17 years of reported sexual harassment. A report by MSU's Office of Institutional Equity says that physiology professor Robert Wiseman made several inappropriate, vulgar sexual comments to at least six of his nine accusers since 2002. In the report, Wiseman was said to have made various comments towards female students regarding their breasts, his sex toys, his sexual confidence, and an erotic swing along with several unwanted advances. Female athletes also told officials that Wiseman implied their sore knees were do to them performing sex acts, and not playing sports. Wiseman has denied many of the accusations and called others "consensual discourse." He was suspended without pay.