Rights, Responsibilities and Resources – Sexual and Racial Harassment
Abreviated statement for faculty use on course syllabi
"I believe that engineers must not only be the people who know how to do things right, but also those who know the right things to do."
Dr. Joseph Bordogna
Acting Deputy Director
National Science Foundation
One purpose of your education is to help you develop skills, approaches, and abilities that are necessary for effective teamwork, and for your success in your profession and as a citizen. It is important that you understand your rights and responsibilities regarding the University's Sexual and Racial Harassment policies. (full text of the policies can be found on KSU's web site at http://www.k-state.edu/academicpersonnel/fhbook/fhxj.html) If you experience any situations, in or out of class, that seem inappropriate or that make you uncomfortable, the following resources and courses of action are available to assist you.
There are two resources on campus for confidential consultation and advice:
Center for Advocacy, Response and Education
University Counseling Services
Lafene Health Center
You may also choose to speak with your instructor, another faculty member, or the department head to inform them of any inappropriate or uncomfortable situations you have experienced, or with:
If it is determined that the substance of your report warrants further review, University policy requires it to be reviewed following the process outlined in the policy statements referenced above.