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Nichole Burnside, Nichole Burnside, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Program Manager
and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Implementation Lead
Sharon Kardia, Professor of Epidemiology; Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Implementation Lead
There are several ways you can report a campus climate concern. The staff at these
offices are trained to be sensitive to student, staff and
Compliance is a willingness to follow a prescribed course of action, i.e. laws and regulations. In our University setting, compliance is not primarily about policing people’s behavior; it is about understanding which laws apply to U-M’s activities and making sure we meet them.
Since U-M engages in almost every activity imaginable, the number and scope of laws that apply is extensive – which makes understanding them (and complying with them) a challenging endeavor. Read more about the kinds of laws that U-M must comply with.
Sexual misconduct can take a variety of forms, including sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and retaliation against those who raise concerns about these forms of sexual misconduct.
Behavior that creates a hostile environment or is perceived to impact a person’s employment, academic standing or participation in university programs could be considered sexual misconduct.