Human Resources


Sexual Misconduct Policy

Baldwin Wallace University is committed to providing a professional working and learning environment free from sexual harassment. Sexual misconduct is a form of sex discrimination, is illegal, and can result in a civil law suit. Sexual misconduct most often exploits a relationship between individuals of unequal power and authority (for example, the relationship between an employee and a supervisor or between a student and a teacher), but may also occur between student peers or employees of similar rank. Sexual misconduct may involve the behavior of a person of either gender against a person of the opposite or same gender. Sanctions for sexual misconduct range from mandatory education about sexual misconduct to dismissal, depending on the seriousness and frequency of the behavior.

View: Sexual Misconduct Policy

To report violations of the University's Sexual Misconduct Policy, please contact any of the following Discrimination Investigators:

Nancy Gussett
Associate Professor of Psychology
(440) 826-2027

Jay T. Hairston
Assistant Dean of Students
(440) 826-2157 

Janet Leonard
Director of Benefits
(440) 826-2219

Gerrie Paino
Coordinator Student Services/GLBT Services
(440) 826-2111

Vic Snyder
Safety & Security Investigator
(440) 826-2336




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