EOP 1.02: Sexual Harassment

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Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, sufficiently severe or pervasive that it adversely affects a person’s or group’s ability to participate in or benefit from academic or employment, programs, services or activities of the university. … Examples of conduct that may constitute sexual harassment include, but are not limited to, the following types of unwelcome behavior:
• Non-Verbal Conduct
1. Suggestive or insulting gestures or sounds;
2. Displaying or presenting images of a sexual nature.
• Verbal Conduct
1. Explicit or implicit propositions of a sexual nature;
2. Sexual innuendos and other sexually suggestive behavior;
3. Repeated, unwanted requests for dates;
4. Repeated inappropriate personal comments of a sexual nature;
5. Unwelcome and inappropriate letters, telephone calls, electronic mail;
6. or other repeated, unwanted communication or gifts;

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