Professional Issues and Ethics Committee (PIE) Resources
Department of Psychology’s Sexual Harassment Policy:
Sexual harassment is an unlawful employment practice, and is contrary to the University's equal opportunity and nondiscrimination policy. Unwelcomed sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other sexually degrading verbal or physical conduct constitutes sexual harassment. Courteous, mutually respectful, noncoercive interaction between two people that is acceptable to both parties is not considered to be sexual harassment. University policy requires that all employees and students share the responsibility for assuring that sexual harassment does not take place, and that the working and educational environment of the University is not sexually intimidating, hostile, or offensive to individuals on campus. Anyone who feels that there has been a violation of this policy has the right, and is encouraged, to discuss their complaint with the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. That office can also provide additional information about what types of behavior constitute sexual harassment.
For more information see page 18 of the Graduate Student Handbook.
- Report an incident (e.g., Behavioral misconduct, sexual misconduct/harassment)
- Counseling Center
- Sexual Assault Support Advocates
- Women's Resource Center
- LGBT Resource Center
Office of Equity and Diversity (includes Center for Ethnic Student Affairs, LGBT Resource Center, and American Indian Resource Center)
- Center for Disability Services
- International student center
- Center for Childcare and family resources
- Veteran's support center