Undergraduate Complexity Research 2020-SFI Rules
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|Undergraduate Complexity Research (UCR) 2020|
SFI Non-Discrimination and Non-Harassment Policy
Santa Fe Institute is proud of its work and academic environment and strives to maintain a cordial, collegial, safe, inclusive, and respectful environment for employees, students, guests, and visitors, all of whom are expected to treat each other with courtesy, consideration, respect, openness and professionalism. The Institute will not tolerate gender-based discrimination, harassment, or retaliation of any kind.
Each UCR must read and be familiar with SFI's Non-Discrimination and Non-Harassment Policy and Agreement.
This document is important not only for knowing what behaviors are or are not appropriate within the SFI community; it also provide guidance for individuals who may have been affected by or observed instances of discrimination or harassment.
This policy addresses the Institute’s responsibilities under Title IX. Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender in educational programs and activities that receive federal assistance. This Policy covers occurrences of sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and other forms of sexual misconduct, including dating, domestic violence, and stalking, (collectively “Prohibited Conduct”) involving members of our community, without regard to their status, or whether the prohibited conduct occurred on or off-campus.
SFI's Title IX Coordinator is Janet Gunn, Vice President for Administration, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-946-3644.
Dressing at SFI
Researchers and staff at SFI dress according to their preferences, from casual to professional. Especially revealing garments are discouraged. Shoes or sandals should be worn inside the building.
Furniture at SFI
You will be provided a desk and chair at SFI. You are free to take your laptop to communal areas inside and outside of the Institute to work. Never move furniture from another desk or office. It is assigned to someone else and not for your use. There are a lot of visitors to accommodate over the summer. Thanks.