I crave laughter from all my readers and focus my attention on making that happen as often as possible.
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Entities Affected This policy applies to all members of the NKU community, including faculty, staff, students, guests and visitors whether the behavior occurs on or off-campus at university sponsored events.
It also applies to all participants in academic, co-curricular, research, training, or other programs or activities sponsored by NKU on or off campus. Non-Discrimination Statement Northern Kentucky University does not discriminate based on national origin, race, color, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, genetic information, pregnancy, and Uniform Services or veteran status in its educational programs and activities, employment, daily operations and admissions policies, in accordance with all applicable federal, state local laws and university policies.
Amnesty for Students Who Report Sexual Misconduct: The university recognizes that a student who is under the influence of alcohol and or drugs at the time of an incident may be hesitant to make a report because of a threat of disciplinary sanctions for her or his own violation of the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
A student who reports sexual misconduct, either as a complainant or third party witness will not face disciplinary charges under the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Also provided are: Allied Zone training, Speak Out!
Panels and Trans Ally Training provided by our LGBTQ Programs & Services. Annual Security Report In accordance with the Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security (Clery) Act of 1990 and the Kentucky Postsecondary Education Campus Security (Michael Minger) Act of 2000, NKU provides information relating to crime statistics to prospective students, matriculated students and employees.
I feel blessed that my books appear on bestseller lists for humor, romantic comedy, space opera, and more. The university fosters a safe and inclusive educational and work environment by providing educational and preventative programs regarding sexual or gender-based harassment; encouraging reporting of incidents and providing prompt and equitable methods of investigation and resolution; making available appropriate and timely services; remedying any harm, and preventing its recurrence.Violations of this policy may result in corrective action up to, and including, termination for faculty and staff, or sanctions up to and including expulsion for students, as determined by the university.Students: If you are a student who believes you have been or are the victim of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking or other sexual misconduct, you may report such conduct or file a complaint under Title IX with the Deputy Title IX Coordinator in the Dean of Students Office 859-572-5147.Complaints of student sexual misconduct are addressed by the Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities.