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Title IX Coordinator (Jim Osborn)

1000 E Univ Ave, Dept 4307

Bureau of Mines, Rm. 320

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5200

Fax: (307) 766-2742

Email: report-it@uwyo.edu

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Training related to sexual misconduct, discrimination, and diversity are available from many places at UW. Check out the resources below to learn more. If you have any questions or need help finding training opportunities, please contact Equal Opportunity Report and Response (EORR) for assistance (766-5200, report-it@uwyo.edu).

Equal Opportunity Report and Response (EORR) offers training geared toward employees, managers, and supervisors, though anyone at UW is welcome to attend. Managers and supervisors (including all faculty) are required to attend in-person training every three years on preventing sexual harassment and discrimination. Other training topics currently include diversity and sexual misconduct. EORR is also happy to discuss classroom presentations or special sessions as needed. (766-5200, report-it@uwyo.edu)

The Employment Practices Office (EPO) offers training for UW employees and supervisors, including “Sexual Misconduct and the Duty to Report,” which is required for every UW employee. Employees who are involved with personnel decisions must also complete training about OFCCP regulations called “UW – A Diverse Workplace.” Training is also available on disabilities in the workplace, inclusive work environments for veterans, and conducting academic or administrative searches. EPO is also available to conduct ad hoc training sessions for departments or groups. (766-3459, diversity-epo@uwyo.edu)

Human Resources (HR) offers employees and supervisors a number of in-person and online staff learning and professional development sessions. In addition to the Supervisor Development Institute, there are several topics related to fair hiring, supervisory skills, and screening of job applicants. Other topics include responding to difficult people, team dysfunction, communication skills, and change management. HR can also help UW employees or departments develop internal training for their areas. (766-5484, jbegin@uwyo.edu)

The STOP Violence Program (STOP) provides programs, training, and lectures for groups and departments on campus and in the community. Programs include interactive activities designed to make the topics of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking more accessible and to provide a supportive environment for learning and discussion. Training is available for individuals who want or need a better understanding of interpersonal violence dynamics and response. STOP Violence is also available to provide guest lectures on various topics to classes. (766-3296, stopviolence@uwyo.edu)

University Disability Support Services (UDSS) helped develop a course within the WyoCourses Learning Management System that has information and tutorials to help instructors build accessible online courses. This is an open course and any UW faculty, staff, or student can enroll. Other in-person training, presentations, and consultations are also available. (766-6189, udss@uwyo.edu)

The Dean of Students Office (DOS) oversees many programs and services that include training opportunities. Information is available about Multicultural Affairs, student leadership development, and residence life. Training sessions and presentations are also offered through the various Non-Traditional, Veteran Services, and Gender Programs resource centers and student organizations. (766-3296, dos@uwyo.edu)


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Title IX Coordinator (Jim Osborn)

1000 E Univ Ave, Dept 4307

Bureau of Mines, Rm. 320

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5200

Fax: (307) 766-2742

Email: report-it@uwyo.edu

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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