Intimidating and disruptive behaviors
Examples of these kinds of behaviors of interpersonal aggression include but are not limited to: Threat: the expression of intent to cause physical or mental harm.
The School of Nursing provides reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified students with disabilities, so long as such disabilities, as determined on a case-by-case basis, do not preclude the student from meeting the qualifications considered essential by the faculty of the School of Nursing for successful completion of the educational objectives of its curriculum.
Persons with these experiences are encouraged to seek support from individuals within the School of Nursing such as a direct supervisor or Human Resource Manager, who will provide active listening, advice, coaching as the situation dictates.
Any situation that exemplifies inappropriate and prohibited behavior must be reported on a formal basis by the individual speaking with their direct supervisor or the Assistant Dean of Student Faculty Services and/or the Employee Services Department in the Office of Human Resources (962-1483).
Members of the School of Nursing community will not tolerate inappropriate interactions from each other or from outside persons.
All incidents will be taken seriously and will be dealt with promptly and appropriately.