Washington University in St. Louis is receiving National Science Foundation funding for portions of this conference. As a condition of conference funding, NSF requires that WashU share its policies that address sexual harassment, other forms of harassment (ie. non-gender or non-sex based harassment prohibited by law), and sexual assault.
Washington University in St. Louis has implemented policies, procedures, and oversight designed to prevent and address discriminatory harassment and other discriminatory practices. Please visit our Discrimination & Harassment Policy for additional information.
Washington University in St. Louis has implemented policies to respond to allegations of discriminatory practices, including any required notifications to Office for Civil Rights.
For additional information please visit:
• Review Process for Complaints Against Staff
• Discrimination & Harassment Hearing Committee Procedures
NSF will be notified if any findings/determinations regarding the PI/PD or co-PIs/co-PDs that demonstrate a violation of awardee codes of conduct, policies, regulations or statutes relating to sexual harassment, other forms of harassment, or sexual assault; or 2) if the awardee places the PI/PD, or co-PIs/co-PDs on administrative leave or imposes an administrative action relating to a finding or investigation of a violation of awardee policies, codes of conduct, statutes or regulations relating to sexual harassment, other forms of harassment, or sexual assault.