Are you experiencing or witnessing sexual harassment/discrimination and/or gender-based discrimination in the workplace?
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Harvard's Office of Gender Equity (OGE)
- Anonymous Disclosure form: Use this form to let OGE know of any event or situation you are concerned about (includes if you're not sure if it crosses a line but want to raise the issue to someone). The form is completely anonymous and is not the same as filing a formal complaint with the Title IX coordinators.
- Sexual Harassment/Assault Resources and Education (SHARE) Counselors: These are confidential and privileged counselors who you can talk to both via a scheduled appointment or through the 24-hour crisis hotline (617) 495-9100.
- Title IX Resource Coordinators: Talking to the Resource Coordinators does not mean you are/will be filing a formal Title IX complaint. That process could happen if you want it to, but you can talk to the coordinators about a situation or event, and they can inform you of resources and options you have to address a particular situation.
For FAS-GSAS students, contact either:
Seth Avakian (firstname.lastname@example.org, (617) 495-9583)
Danielle Farrel (email@example.com, (617) 495-5005)
Contract Enforcement and Education Committee of the Harvard Graduate Student Union (CEEC-HGSU)
Available to anyone who is both a student and does paid work for Harvard (regardless if you're in the union). CEEC's only responsibility is to support student workers.
- Role of CEEC: to provide support to other student workers and enforce protections secured in the union contract. Contacting CEED does not initiate any formal process with Harvard
- Workplace Issue Form: Use this form to disclose an incident and get connected with a trained union officer to learn more about your options and rights. You can choose to remain anonymous or even to not meet with anyone after submitting the form. If you want, your next step will be to meet with a CEEC trained officer who will learn more about the incident and work with you to develop a plan of action you are comfortable with.
The GPC is the official representative body of the graduate students and postdocs in Harvard Chemistry & Chemical Biology. It oversees and organizes academic and social activities within the department.
Women in Science at Harvard and Radcliffe
Women in Science at Harvard-Radcliffe, WISHR, founded in 1989, is a multi-faceted organization devoted to fostering a sense of community and solidarity among undergraduate women engaged in science at Harvard College. WISHR is the largest organization on campus that seeks to address the political, social and academic concerns of undergraduate women in the sciences.
ACS Women Chemists Committee
The Women Chemists Committee of the American Chemical Society was established in 1927 as the Women’s Service Committee to encourage women chemists to take an active interest in Society activities. The Committee shall serve as a forum for women in chemistry and related professions; develop recommendations regarding issues of interest to women chemists; provide a means of increasing and improving participation of women in the chemical sciences and the Society; promote the recognition of women chemists; and inform the Council and other appropriate Society bodies of the Committee’s activities.
Harvard Graduate Women in Science and Engineering
HGWISE aims to enhance the graduate experience for all graduate students in science and engineering at Harvard by providing opportunities for networking, professional development, and mentoring with a specific focus on issues targeting the experience of female-identifying and non-conforming community members.