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Other important documents for CANR Faculty & Staff:
Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Policy
As part of the University’s ongoing commitment to provide a safe, respectful environment for learning and working, a new Relationship Violence & Sexual Misconduct Policy was implemented effective January 1, 2015. This new policy replaces the existing Sexual Harassment Policy and resources such as the university’s process relative to concerns and complaints and can be found online at:
Each major administrative unit was asked to appoint a contact person to serve as a liaison with the Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives. Questions, concerns or situations relative to Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct should be coordinated through these liaisons, as follows:
Suzanne Lang – for anyone appointed in a CANR Academic and/or administrative unit. firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-353-8589
Adam Koivisto– for anyone appointed in one of the four MSUE institutes or the MSUE Director’s office. Koivist4@msu.edu or 517-353-8559
Mary Weinzweig– for anyone appointed in AgBioResearch. email@example.com or 517-355-0123
For help with Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence or Stalking, please contact the Office of Institutional Equity. You may use the link below for details on how to contact them.
For information about University Programs and initiatives designed to create and maintain a campus culture that is free from gender discrimination, sexual harassment and violence and disability discrimination, please use the following link for more information.
Faculty & Staff News
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