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Due to the evolving circumstances and recommendations regarding COVID-19, the SHARE: Education team will be available during normal business hours for virtual meetings. To schedule a meeting with a staff member, visit sara.stanford.edu/contactus. Feel free to also email the SHARE: Education team at email@example.com.
Stanford’s sexual harassment policies continue to apply during remote learning. Any harassment or discrimination that occurs within a program or activity of the university, including all online instruction, is subject to university policies. Stanford will also respond to concerns in which harassment or discrimination happens outside of university matters where that conduct is so severe as to cause significant harm within the university community or to a community member.
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The Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Education Title IX Office (which includes staff of the office formerly known as the Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response [SARA]) promotes caring, empowered, and consensual relationships at Stanford. SHARE: Education staff are professionally trained in all matters related to sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination, positive sexuality and healthy relationships. Our office provides education and holistic healing options. We invite all campus community members to increase their awareness, prevent violence where they can, and foster a culture of safety and respect. The SHARE: Education team aims to honor diversity, inclusion, and intersectionality in all aspects of our programming and services.
If you are seeking help for yourself or someone you know or would like information on how to get involved, please call (650) 725-1056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.