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We seek to actively support the living and learning experience of students, and the work and professional lives of faculty and staff. We value having a diverse community, and strive to create an environment free from bias and other hurtful acts that undermine the ability of our Community and its members to thrive.
We also value freedom of expression and the open exchange of ideas. The expression of controversial ideas and differing viewpoints enhances academic discourse and facilitates intellectual growth. Some behaviors may be contrary to the College’s commitment to Inclusive Excellence and may also be considered protected speech.
Note: The Bias Response Program (BRP) is not a disciplinary process and does not function in lieu of any disciplinary or complaint processes within or outside of the College. The BRP is intended to provide support, advocacy, and resources to those affected by bias incidents, and to the Emerson community.
If you wish to have your concern addressed in a formal manner, then you are best served by bringing your concern to the appropriate campus administrator for resolution. For concerns about faculty, we suggest you speak with the appropriate department chair or dean. For concerns about staff, we suggest you speak with the appropriate supervisor. For concerns about students, we suggest you speak with the Director of Community Standards and Conduct. The Bias Response Team can assist you in identifying, contacting, and meeting with the appropriate person.
Should an incident be reported that might be in violation of College policies or state or federal law, the Bias Response Team (BRT) will immediately refer the matter to the appropriate College official or office, e.g. the Title IX Coordinator, Academic Deans, the Student Conduct Office, Human Resources, Emerson College Police Department, etc.
For support and information, contact the Social Justice Center?at sjcemerson [dot] edu or (617) 824-8528
Bias Response Program
The Bias Response Program is designed to accomplish the following:
- Provide resources and support to those affected by bias incidents.
- Develop and deliver programs and educational opportunities for the Emerson Community to prevent or eliminate bias activity.
- Advise the College Community about the occurrence of incidents of bias, as appropriate. The community may be informed of a single incident at the time of occurrence and/or aggregate data on reports occurring each academic year.
- Inform the Emerson Community about how bias incidents will generally be handled, with particular attention to the experience of Emerson students.?
- Make referrals to campus resources, as needed.