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Sexual Harassment: A Guide for MSU Students, Faculty and Staff
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Sexual Harassment: A Guide for MSU Students, Faculty and Staff

Policies and procedures | Affirmative action, sexual harassment and grievances | Records retention schedule | Resources | Overview of laws | Diversity links | Reasonable accommodation forms | Equal Opportunity Terms | Reports  | Contacts | Where to Go for Help  

 

NOTE:  The Office of Equal Opportunity transitioned to the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Access effective July 1, 2013 and the website is located at: murraystate.edu/idea.  All references within campuswide documents to the Office of Equal Opportunity should be considered analogous to the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Access.

The Reach and Impact of Sexual Harassment 
How is Sexual Harassment Legally Defined? 
The Practical Definition of Sexual Harassment 
How Do You Report Sexual Harassment? 
Can You Be Retaliated Against for Reporting Sexual Harassment? 
Why Victims Don't Speak Out -- Fears 
Where Do You Go for Help?

Preparation of these web pages includes materials from: The Thompson Publishing Group, Inc. (1993-1994). Educator's Guide to Controlling Sexual Harassment. Washington, D.C.: Author; Quality Media Resources (1992). Subtle Sexual Harassment, "The Issue is Respect." Bellevue, Wash.: Author.

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