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Employee Freedom from Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct & Gender Based Violence Policy
In the context of students, sexual harassment includes unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature that substantially interferes with the student’s college employment, participation in College programs or activities, or their living or learning environment. A single instance of unwelcome conduct of a…
Bias Incident Response Protocol
Definition of and Communication about an Act of Bias An act of bias includes hate speech and/or threats (including those conveyed through graffiti), and unequal treatment or service. It may also include actions that reinforce stereotypes and stigmas, such as those associated…
Code of Community Standards: College Policies- The Academic Honor Code and Social Code
The following activities, occurring on or off College premises, constitute breaches of the Social Code: 1. Conduct that is unbecoming of a Bowdoin student, whether physical, verbal, or sexual in nature. Examples include, but are not limited to: lewd or indecent behavior…
Bowdoin College Title IX Policy
For purposes of this Title IX Policy, “Sexual Harassment,” which is defined further below, means conduct on the basis of sex that satisfies one or more of the following: ... unwelcome conduct that a reasonable person would consider so severe, pervasive and…
Code of Community Standards: The Bowdoin Learning Community
Freedom of inquiry and expression: A learning community encourages free expression of widely varying views; it challenges assumptions and values.
Code of Community Standards: The Academic Honor Code and Social Code
Uncompromised intellectual inquiry lies at the heart of a liberal arts education.