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The Equal Opportunity Report and Response Unit focuses on reviewing and investigating allegations of violations of UW Regulations 1-5 and 1-44, which address civil rights discrimination and violence in the workplace.
A campus environment characterized by diversity, free inquiry, and free expression and balanced by interpersonal civility has been, and continues to be, a top priority of the University of Wyoming. Civil discourse is an essential aspect of the search for and transmission of knowledge. Words and actions that promote and encourage self-worth, respect, and dignity are consistent with the University's mission. Conversely, words or actions that reflect prejudice, stereotypes, and discrimination are antithetical to the mission of the University and can not be countenanced. Specifically, racist and other discriminatory or harassing conduct based on happenstance of birth, including but not limited to gender, color, disability, sexual orientation, religious preference, national origin, ancestry, or age, impair and disrupt legitimate University functions. Every effort, within the context and protection of First Amendment rights, will be expended to eliminate such conduct from the campus community. Teaching our students to live productively in a multicultural/multiethnic society is a process that must take place within a constructive and harmonious multicultural/ethnic environment here at the University of Wyoming. It is the obligation of the faculty, staff, students, and the administration of the University of Wyoming to provide this environment.
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