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Unformatted text preview: that may be considered sexual harassment include, but are not limited to, the following: I Sexual assault I Explicitly or implicitly requiring submission to sexual advances as a condition or term of education or employment, i.e., grades, employment, promotion, letters of recommendation, or other privileges I Repetitive sexual comments, questions, jokes, gestures, or other forms of sexually explicit expression The sexual harassment policy may be found at www. Any student, faculty member, or staff employee who believes he or she is the victim of sexual harassment should report the incident promptly in the manner most comfortable to him or her. You may contact the Title IX coordinator, the associate director of equal opportunity, in the Office of Equity and Diversity Services at 703-993-8730 or 703-993-8787 (TTY). The Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Grievance Procedure lists the various ways to file a complaint. Grievance procedures can be found at equity/policies_grievance.htm. Retaliation agai...
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