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The Harassment Panel 2015-2016

The Harassment Panel serves as the primary vehicle through which the College addresses concerns related to harassment as described in the Teachers College Policy on Protection from Harassment. The Panel's primary responsibility with regard to harassment is to assist in the informal and formal resolution of concerns or complaints of harassment brought by employees and students of the College. The Panel is comprised of faculty, staff, and one or more students. The Panel meets to discuss cases, review policy and for training.

TC Harassment Panel Members for Academic Year 2015-2016

Katie Embree-- Chair

Noah Drezner
Judy Scott-Clayton

Elizabeth Tipton

Kristine Roome
Yvonne Destin
David Malterre
Iraida Torres

Selection Committees -- These committees typically meet once a year for two hours to make selections.  The two to three weeks preceding the meeting will likely involve review of materials.

 


TC Harassment Panel Members for Academic Year 2014-2015


Co-Chairs:  William Baldwin, Vice Provost, 212-678-3043, baldwin@tc.edu 

                   Katie Embree, Associate Vice Provost, 212-678-3991, embree@tc.edu


John Allegrante, 212-678-3960, allegrante@tc.edu

Yvonne Destin, Director,  Student Development & Activities, 212-678-3690, yek2@tc.edu

Professor Olga Hubard, 212-678-8221, omh4@tc.edu

Professor Elizabeth Tipton,  212-678-3844, let2119@tc.edu

Kristine Roome, Assistant Dean, 212-678-3692, roome@tc.edu

Robert Marcus, Help Desk Manager, Admin Computing, 212-678-3300, rem158@tc.edu

Iraida Torres-Irizarry, Academic Affairs Director, 212-678-3423, torres-irizarry@tc.edu



The Harassment Panel 2013-2014

The Harassment Panel is appointed by the President of Teachers College and serves as the primary vehicle through which the College addresses concerns related to harassment involving race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, disability or any other criteria specified by federal, state, and local laws.

Teachers College Policy on Protection from Harassment

Interim Policy

Last Amended, October 13, 2012

Teachers College (“TC” or the “College”) is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from harassment and to fostering a vibrant, nurturing community founded upon the fundamental dignity and worth of all of its members. Continuing its long-standing support of active equality for all, the College prohibits discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, disability, pregnancy, gender expression, or any other criterion specified by federal, state or local laws, www.tc.edu/policylibrary/non_discrimination_policy.

Consistent with this commitment and with applicable federal, state, and local laws, it is the policy of the College 1) not to tolerate harassment in any form, 2) to actively foster prevention of harassment in the TC community, and 3) to provide faculty, students, administrators, and staff with mechanisms for seeking informal or formal resolution of harassment concerns and complaints. 

For the full Policy on Protection from Harassment, please follow this link:

Policy on Protection from Harassment