A reference for students on dress code, professional behavior, harassment policy, academic issues and more.
Links to several websites and print material on discrimination and harassment.
Tulane University School of Medicine (TUSOM) values diversity. Tulane defines diversity broadly to include: persons of color, members of the LGBTQIA community, members of diverse ethnic groups including those typically underrepresented in medicine, members of economically disadvantaged groups, and any others who bring a different perspective to the learning environment. The school of medicine encourages a rich educational experience for all students through the infusion of cultural competency, sensitivity, and attentiveness. Additionally, the school of medicine values the sum total of ideals and perspectives of all individuals engaged in and connected to the educational process.
Use this link to report learning environment matters, including but not limited to, unprofessional behavior, offensive behavior, intimidation, humiliation, public embarrassment, mistreatment, and general concerns about a colleague.
Use this link to report exemplary behavior and to comment on persons that have demonstrated high standards of professionalism and made the environment of learning a professional, respectful, and intellectually stimulating environment.
Use this link to report concerns about behaviors that include, but are not limited to, sexual and gender-based discrimination and harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.