Quillen College of Medicine Guide to Sexual
East Tennessee State University Sexual Harassment Policy (PPP-30) - Updated 3/18/08
ETSU recently instituted three new online training programs intended to raise awareness of promoting a productive and respectful work environment. Each program offers a convenient and practical means of recognizing and avoiding sexual harassment, employment discrimination, and associated legal issues. The programs outline the current laws on sexual harassment and employment discrimination and ETSU's policies and procedures for reporting incidents. These training modules help ETSU to meet its legal requirements (Titles VII & IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1972; Tennessee Code Annotated 49-7-122, 1993; Title VI; TBR Policy P-080) that all employees receive periodic training.
- Preventing Sexual Harassment
- Preventing Employment Discrimination
- Title VI - Enter Password "compliance"
Tennessee Board of Regents Policies
Guideline P-080 - Discrimination & Harassment - Complaint & Investigation Procedure
Policy 2:02:10:01 - Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs & Activities
Policy 5:01:02:00 - Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Discrimination, & Nepotism