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Discrimination and Harassment: A Few Online Resources

Posted on 09/03/20 by SPE Board of Director in Board Member Posts

Discrimination and Harassment: A Few Online Resources

 

With the start of the fall semester at colleges and universities comes mandatory online discrimination and sexual misconduct training for employees. It is standard practice for the higher education community to undergo this type of training on a regular basis to be aware of recent state and federal developments.  You may be serving as department chair or as an advisor who needs to know where to access this type of information.   Students, adjuncts and teaching faculty should be familiar with their campus human resources office or Graduate School resources in case you are a bystander, or find yourself on the receiving end of unwanted behaviors.

 

As an organization of educators, SPE is committed to providing a safe networking and educational environment. The Board is finalizing a Code of Conduct which will soon be posted to the website.

Deborah Hollis, SPE Board Member
SPE Communications Committee

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