To advance cultural understanding and community engagement, Williams has established a Web site on which campus members can report and share incidents of unwanted, abusive, or harassing behavior.
Over time, it will develop into a historical record, as a resource for dialogue and education on issues of inclusion.
Each submission is reviewed for authenticity by a group made up of
- The Dean of the College
- The Vice President for Strategic Planning and Institutional Diversity
- The Minority Coalition Co-chairs
and one representative each from
- College Council
- Campus Safety and Security
- Junior Advisors
Anyone can submit an incident for review, but only members of the campus community (students, faculty, and staff) can access postings.
The postings will be anonymous, though the identity of each poster must be known by the review group to verify authenticity.
This site does not replace the offices or mechanisms responsible for handling incidents of harassment or discrimination. Anyone wishing to file an official report, grievance, or complaint should follow procedures listed in the student, faculty, or staff handbook.
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