Bias Reporting

RESOURCES FOR REPORTING BIAS, DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT AND UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT:

Report incidents and concerns using these resources. If a report of an alleged incident of sexual misconduct (sexual harassment or sexual violence) is made with these offices they must notify the Title IX Officer. Confidentiality can be maintained for all other matters.

CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES FOR INFORMATION, COUNSELING, AND SUPPORT:

Seek support, counseling and information using these confidential resources. Information shared with confidential resources will be held in confidence unless the person sharing the information gives their consent for disclosure. Confidential resources are not obliged to share identifying information with the Title IX Officer when an incident of sexual misconduct is reported.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR INFORMATION, COUNSELING, AND SUPPORT:

Mandatory Reporters: Faculty holding the following positions are Mandatory Reporters: Provost (Vice, Associate, Assistant), Dean (Vice, Associate, Assistant), Department Chair and Vice Chair, Graduate Group Chair or Undergraduate Chair. By University policy, Mandatory Reporters are required to report any alleged incident of sexual misconduct (sexual harassment or sexual violence) to the Title IX Officer. Mandatory Reporters do not investigate allegations, do not share information outside of the Title IX Office, and can maintain confidentiality for all other matters. Nancy Speck, Mary Mullins and Dan Kessler are Mandatory Reporters.