Human Resources

 

Sexual Harassment Policy

Baldwin Wallace University is committed to providing a professional working and learning environment free from sexual harassment.  Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination, is illegal, and can result in a civil law suit.  Sexual harassment most often exploits a relationship between individuals of unequal power and authority (for example, the relationship between an employee and a supervisor or between a student and a teacher), but may also occur between student peers or employees of similar rank.  Sexual harassment may involve the behavior of a person of either gender against a person of the opposite or same gender.  Sanctions for sexual harassment range from mandatory education about sexual harassment to dismissal, depending on the seriousness and frequency of the behavior.

To report violations of the University's Sexual Harassment Policy, please contact any of the following Sexual Harassment Officers:

Richard Densmore
Head Of Public Services - Ritter Library
(440) 826-3569

Nancy Gussett
Associate Professor of Psychology
(440) 826-2027

Janet Leonard
Director of Benefits
(440) 826-2219

Jay T. Hairston
Assistant Dean of Students 
(440) 826-2157 

Sexual Harassment Policy (print version)

Sexual Harassment Information Sheet

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