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Title IX / Sexual Harassment

It is vital for every employee to understand that sexual and gender based harassment in the workplace is discriminatory and unlawful, as well as a violation of individual rights and of organizational values. 


Harvard University and SEAS are committed to preventing sexual harassment and to responding promptly to any reported incidents. If you believe that you have been subject to sexual or gender based harassment at SEAS or elsewhere at Harvard, or you have observed such a situation, please contact any of the Title IX Resource Coordinators listed under the Faculty of Arts and Sciences - SEAS Resource Coordinators here: https://titleix.harvard.edu/coordinators

 

Anonymous Disclosure Form

Use the Anonymous Disclosure Form

Anonymously disclose concerns of sexual and/or gender-based harassment to the Harvard Title IX Office. Share a concern, communicate with a member of the Title IX Office, and access resources without revealing your identity.
 

Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR)

Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response
Smith Campus Center, Suite 624
1350 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138

For non-urgent inquiries: 
Talk with someone
(617) 496-5636 (office)
osapr@fas.harvard.edu

To discuss a crisis or urgent concerns:
(617) 495-9100 (24-hour, confidential hotline)

 

Sexual Harassment Designated Officers

For complaints against an undergraduate student:

Brian Libby
77 Dunster Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 496-2722
blibby@fas.harvard.edu

For complaints against a graduate student:

Seth Avakian, Program Officer for Title IX and Professional Conduct
University Hall, 414A
Harvard Yard, Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 495-9583
avakian@fas.harvard.edu

For complaints against faculty or researchers:

Seth Avakian, Program Officer for Title IX and Professional Conduct
University Hall, 414A
Harvard Yard, Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 495-9583
avakian@fas.harvard.edu

Johannah Park
Title IX Resource Coordinator for Faculty and Researchers
University Hall 403
Harvard Yard
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 495-9892
jkpark@fas.harvard.edu

Moriah Silver
Title IX Resource Coordinator for Staff (FAS, DCE) & Faculty and Researchers (FAS, SEAS)
University Hall 414B
Harvard Yard
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 495-0321
moriah_silver@harvard.edu

Kwok Yu
Title IX Resource Coordinator for Faculty and Researchers
University Hall 111
Harvard Yard
Cambridge, MA 02138

(617) 495-7483
kwok_yu@harvard.edu 

 

Additional Resources

University Resources

Anonymous Reporting Hotline | 877-694-2275
Anonymous Disclosure Form
Office for Dispute Resolution | (617) 495-3786
Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response | (617) 495-9100
University Mental Health Services | (617) 495-2042
Bureau of Study Counsel | (617) 495-2581
Harvard University Health Services | (617) 495-5711
Harvard Chaplains | (617) 495-5529
Harvard University Police Department | (617) 495-1212
Response student group (nightly undergraduate student peer counseling) 9pm-8am | (617) 495-9600

Community Resources

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Rape Crisis Intervention Center | (617) 667-8141
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center | (617) 492-8306 or 800-841-8371
Cambridge Police Department Sexual Assault Unit | (617) 349-9342
The Cambridge Hospital Victims of Violence Program | (617) 591-6360
Middlesex District Attorney Victim/Witness Bureau | (781) 897-8490
Victim Rights Law Center | (617) 399-6720

State and Federal Agencies

Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination      
One Ashburton Place, Room 601       
Boston, Massachusetts 02108     
(617) 994-6000

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 
John F. Kennedy Federal Building, Room 475       
Government Center       
Boston, Massachusetts 02203       
(617) 565-3200