A variety of sexual conduct directed at another University community member may be
considered sexual harassment, including, but not limited to:
a. Comments of a sexual nature including sexually explicit statements, questions, jokes or
b. Remarks of a sexual nature about a person's body or clothing, whistling in a suggestive
manner, obscene gestures;
c. Uninvited physical contact or touching such as pinching or intentional brushing against the
d. Solicitation of sexual favors through implicit or explicit promises of workplace or academic
rewards or threats of punishment.