Sexual Harassment Policy 05-06

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Prohibited acts that constitute sexual harassment may take a variety of
forms. Examples of the kinds of conduct that may constitute sexual
harassment include but are not limited to:
1. Unwelcome sexual propositions, invitations, solicitations, and
2. Threats or insinuations that a person's employment, wages,
academic grade, promotional opportunities, classroom or work
assignments, or other conditions of employment or academic
life may be adversely affected by not submitting to sexual
3. Unwelcome verbal expressions of a sexual nature, including
graphic sexual commentaries about a person's body, dress,
appearance, or sexual activities; the unwelcome use of
sexually degrading language, jokes, or innuendoes;
unwelcome suggestive or insulting sounds; obscene phone
4. Sexually suggestive objects, pictures, videotapes, audio
recordings or literature placed in the work, study, or recreation
area that may embarrass or offend individuals. Such material
must clearly relate to educational purposes if used in an
educational setting.
5. Obscene gestures or unwelcome and inappropriate touching.

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