It is important for faculty to be informed and have the resources that pertain to legal issues they may encounter and how to prevent them from occurring, such as sexual harassment and discrimination. Below are presentations and documents that provide faculty with information. These are resources and serve as guides.
If there are specific questions, contact Gail Farmer at (509) 963-2205, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find the handouts for "Legal Issues for Faculty: How Not to Get Sued" by clicking here.
If you missed the presentation on March 11, by Katherine Cooper Franklin called "What Every Faculty Member Should Know About A Workplace Free Of Harassment & Retaliation", you can view her presentation by clicking here.
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