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The university is committed to equal access to programs, course offerings, facilities, admission and employment for all of its employees, students, and campus community members. It is the policy of the university to maintain an environment free of harassment and discrimination against any person.

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For information about the University of Oregon’s policies and resources regarding civil rights and Title IX, visit the site below:

UO Policies and Resources

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General Diversity Resources

UO CAS Diversity Work and Resources

Pedagogy and the Classroom

Becoming an Anti-Racist Educator,” Wheaton College

Inclusion and Class Climate,” Teaching Engagement Program

Suzanne A. Whitehead, “How Do We Teach Now?,” Academe, September-October, 2018

Rachael Pells, “Gender Gap in Academic Seminar Questions,” Inside Higher Ed, December 14, 2017

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Gender, Sexuality, and Sexual- and Gender-Based Harassment and Assault in Higher Education

Colleen Flaherty, “‘Holding Space’ for Victims of Harassment,” Inside Higher Ed, December 8, 2017

Nick Anderson, “Academia’s #MeToo moment: Women accuse professors of sexual misconduct,” The Washington Post, May 10, 2018

Caroline Fredrickson, “When Will the ‘Harvey Effect’ Reach Academia?,” The Atlantic, October 30, 2017

Race and Racism in Higher Education

Clarice Brazas, Charlie McGeehan, “What White Colleagues Need to Understand,” Teaching Tolerance, Issue 64, Spring 2020

Black Lives Matter: Campus and Community Resources, Information, Messages,” UO Division of Equity and Inclusion

Steve Locke, “I Fit the Description,” December 4, 2015

Francie Diep, “‘I Was Fed Up’: How #BlackInTheIvory Got Started, and What Its Founders Want to See Next,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 9, 2020

Raven Baxter, as told to Jackie Flynn Mogensen, “I’m a Black Female Scientist. On My First Day of Work, a Colleague Threatened to Call the Cops on Me,” Mother Jones, June 15, 2020

Anti-Racism Reader: Ibram X. Kendi’s List,” Berkeley Library, University of California

George Yancy, “The Ugly Truth of Being a Black Professor in America,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 29, 2018

Land Acknowledgement

The University of Oregon is located on Kalapuya Ilihi, the traditional indigenous homeland of the Kalapuya people. Following treaties between 1851 and 1855, Kalapuya people were dispossessed of their indigenous homeland by the United States government and forcibly removed to the Coast Reservation in Western Oregon. Today, Kalapuya descendants are primarily citizens of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, and they continue to make important contributions to their communities, to the UO, to Oregon, and to the world.