Sexual Harassment in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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This toolkit is packed with useful information and resources so you and your organization can widely share the content. This toolkit includes social media posts, an email template, shareable images, and more. These resources can be used on your website, in your newsletters, at conferences/meetings, and across your social media. Scroll below and explore and join the Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine’s mailing list for the latest updates.

 

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Twitter 

 

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Our new report on Sexual Harassment of Women in Academia calls for a systemwide change to the culture and climate in higher education to prevent and effectively respond to #sexualharassment. Learn more: www.nationalacademies.org/sexualharassment #ScienceToo

 

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There is no evidence that current policies, procedures, and approaches - often which focus on compliance with the law - have resulted in a significant reduction in #sexualharassment. Together, we can do better. Learn more: www.nationalacademies.org/sexualharassment #ScienceToo

 

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#SexualHarassment can take three forms: sexual coercion, unwanted sexual attention, and gender harassment. But did you know that gender harassment is the most common of the three? Learn more: www.nationalacademies.org/sexualharassment #ScienceToo

 

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Colleges and universities need strong leadership and increased transparency and accountability to prevent and effectively address #sexualharassment of women in academia. Learn more: www.nationalacademies.org/sexualharassment #ScienceToo

 

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According to our recent report, #sexualharassment training has not been demonstrated to prevent sexual harassment. Training needs to focus on changing behavior and be evaluated for effectiveness. Learn more: www.nationalacademies.org/sexualharassment #ScienceToo

 

Facebook

Facebook Post 

Sexual harassment happens in #ScienceToo. Recently, @theNASEM released a new report on sexual harassment of women in the academic sciences. This report provides guidance to the science and academic sciences. This report provides guidance to the science and academic community on how to be better in the #MeToo era.

To learn more about this report, visit: www.nationalacademies.org/sexualharassment

  

 

Newsletter Text  

 


The following newsletter text can be adapted and customized by your organization to help spread the word! Download the Word document below to copy & paste the text. 

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Email Template 


This Microsoft Office OFT email allows you to send a professionally designed email directly from your inbox to whoever you think might be interested in the release event. We’ve included messaging you can use, or you can personalize the email to make it your own.

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