Promoting a Culture of Respect and Inclusiveness at EPS

March 19, 2018

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS) and the teaching area of Environmental Science and Engineering (ESE) in the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences hold central the value that all members of our community are treated with respect and are provided equal opportunities for success in our educational and work environments. Sexual and gender-based harassment has no place in our community.  We must all be vigilant to ensure that each person feels safe and secure in participating in department activities. 

Over the past few years, in partnership with the University Title IX Office and the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR), EPS and ESE have made efforts to educate and engage our community on these issues, and implemented procedures related to field work and other activities to promote proper conduct and address issues that might arise.  We continue to build upon and expand these activities and welcome ideas and participation from all members—students, faculty, and staff.  We encourage any member of our community who has concerns or questions about issues surrounding Title IX or sexual harassment to reach out to these University resources.

Please follow this link to a new EPS web page that provides information about resources available to our community to assist in addressing concerns related to these issues.  We will be updating this web resource on an on-going basis and will continue to build upon the efforts and conversations that we have engaged in as a community thus far.