Bias incident reporting
Bias incident response at Indiana University
Indiana University is committed to creating welcoming, inclusive, and respectful campus communities where everyone can thrive and do their best work—a place where all are treated with civility and respect. If you have experienced a bias incident, you can submit a report to alert the university. Reporting an incident allows IU to support those impacted and take steps to prevent future incidents.
What is a bias incident?
A bias incident is any conduct, speech, or expression, motivated in whole or in part by bias or prejudice meant to intimidate, demean, mock, degrade, marginalize, or threaten individuals or groups based on that individual or group's actual or perceived identities.
Role of the bias response team
Indiana University fosters campus communities where all are welcomed, valued, respected, and belong. In furthering this mission, IU’s bias response officials provide support resources to impacted parties, promote education and dialogue, and affirm the university’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Please refer to the IU Bias Incident Reporting page for more information.
Who can help you through this process?
- Graduate Advisor, IU Biology—Lee Eubanks
email@example.com | 812-855-2785 | Myers Hall 150
- Student Advocates, IU Division of Student Affairs
firstname.lastname@example.org | 812-855-0761
- Assistant to the Chair and Title IX Liaison, IU Biology—Jennifer Tarter
email@example.com | 812-856-3984 | Biology Bldg. 326
- IU Graduate and Professional Student Government
Student representative for IU Biology—Justin Bryant