The issue of sexual harassment has received considerable attention in recent years. Research of actual victims in academic settings suggests women in academic settings frequently experience sexual harassment and the negative impact of sexual harassment on them have been well documented in the West. However, not much has been written on sexual harassment in higher academia in India. This book provides an overview on the experience of sexual harassment of female University students (doing masters or research) by faculty, other staff, seniors, peers and strangers. It discusses the perceived causes of harassment and perceived reasons behind not reporting to authority by the harassed students and their reactions to the sexual harassment. The book further explores the role of demographic characteristics and personality characteristics of the harassed students on perception and prevalence of sexual harassment. This book therefore provides a comprehensive depiction of the kinds of sexual harassment that is prevalent in higher academia in India and its detrimental effects on the harassed students.