title IX

Don’t turn into a pumpkin — finish your training by midnight Oct. 31

Posted by on October 12, 2017

To meet annual training requirements, you must pass mastery tests for two courses by midnight Tuesday, Oct. 31:

  • “Building a Foundation: Discrimination Prevention and Title IX” will take approximately one hour to complete. Visit us/ectraining to access the training in myLearn.
  • “MakeITSafe Information Security Awareness,” will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. To access the training, log in to myHR at umsystem.edu, click on the “training and performance” section in the menu, and then click “MakeITSafe Training.” You will be directed to a Skillsoft course titled, “Security Awareness for End Users.”
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Don’t forget to take mandated training

Posted by on January 15, 2015

All staff and faculty are mandated to report every instance of sex and gender discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, bullying and stalking to the Title IX coordinator at 341-4920.

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Title IX reporting requirements

Posted by on September 22, 2014

Did you know that Missouri S&T faculty and staff have an obligation to report sexual harassment (including sexual violence) perpetrated against students? Last spring, University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe issued an executive order regarding sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual misconduct that spells out the responsibilities of university employees in reporting sexual harassment or misconduct against students. Executive Order 40 was written to “supplement the university’s nondiscrimination policies by making it clear that every university employee (unless expressly excluded by this policy) has an obligation to report sexual harassment (including sexual violence) perpetrated against students to the appropriate Title IX Coordinator,” according to the UM System news release. At Missouri S&T, the Title IX coordinator is Shenethia Manuel, associate vice chancellor for human resource services, affirmative action, diversity and inclusion. For more information, visit Missouri S&T’s Title IX resource page.

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