If you are a faculty member reporting discrimination from a staff or faculty member (including visiting faculty, post-doctoral fellows, or graduate students acting in an instructional capacity):
Contact Mark Brimhall-Vargas or Elizabeth Herriott Tierney, Esq.
Elizabeth Herriott Tierney, director of employee & labor relations, and compliance; acting Title IX coordinator
Bernstein-Marcus Administration Building, Room 108
If you are a faculty member reporting discrimination from a student or graduate student:
Contact the Office of Student Rights and Community Standards
Shapiro Campus Center 203
If you are a faculty member reporting rape, acquaintance rape, sexual assault, stalking, or other sex offenses:
Please also see the Resource Guide for Sexual Assault Survivors (PDF).
As interim Title IX coordinator, Elizabeth is available to meet with students, staff, and faculty to receive and process complaints of bias, harassment, and discrimination related to any protected classes within our non-discrimination and harassment policy. Engaging the process with Elizabeth is completely confidential. This means that the information she is given during intake is strictly kept within the investigatory process. Though the process is confidential, it is important to note that she may need to take quick corrective action where delay could result in significant harm to the complainant or members of the Brandeis community.
Call Public Safety
If you are a faculty member of the Brandeis community reporting any act of physical violence:
Call Public Safety
After you call, then what? The Process
For more information about what happens after you file a report, please refer to the the university's Non-Discrimination and Harassment Problem Resolution and Appeal Procedure for Claims of Harassment/Discrimination against Staff or Faculty Policy.
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