Harassment and Discrimination Resources
"I believe that engineers must not only be the people who know how to do things right, but also those who know the right things to do.”
- Dr. Joseph Bordogna, Acting Deputy Director, National Science Foundation
The Kansas State University College of Engineering is committed to upholding the K-State Principles of Community, which foster an inclusive and respectful environment for learning and creative inquiry. One purpose of education is to help develop skills, approaches and abilities necessary for effective teamwork, success in one’s chosen profession and life as a citizen. It is important to understand rights and responsibilities in regard to the university's discrimination and harassment policies. The following resources and courses of action are available to anyone experiencing a situation, in or out of class, which seems inappropriate or uncomfortable.
The following are two on-campus resources for confidential consultation and advice:
Center for Advocacy, Response and Education
206 Holton Hall
University Counseling Services
232 English/Counseling Services Building
Students may also choose to speak with their instructors, or other faculty members or department heads, to inform them of any inappropriate or uncomfortable situations they have experienced. The following individuals and offices are also available for this purpose:
Sr. Associate Dean
If it is determined the substance of a report warrants further review, university policy requires it to be reviewed following the process outlined in the policy statements referenced above.