Compliance

Education and outreach

Online training


Video: Preventing Sex Discrimination & Sexual Harassment in the Work Environment
For all University of Washington staff, faculty and other academic personnel. If you plan to watch this video in a group, please schedule with your Human Resource consultant so they can attend and assist with Q&A and group discussion.
Length: 32 minutes
Text transcript


Video: Responding to individuals impacted by sexual misconduct
Designed for all University employees
Length: 23 minutes
Text transcript


Video: Preventing sex discrimination and sexual harassment in academic programs
Length: 30 minutes
Text transcript

If you have questions about accessing this video, please contact John Hogl, jpahogl@uw.edu in the Office of Compliance Services. If you have questions regarding the content of this training, contact titleix@uw.edu.

In-person training

Prevention of Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Work Environment is facilitated by Human Resources consultants for any combination of staff and faculty. Training sessions include the content of the video above along with discussion of scenarios and Q & A. Contact your Human Resources consultant to schedule a training.

Prevention of Sexual Harassment for staff employees is presented by Human Resources on a monthly basis.

Register for training

GreenDot training is supported by staff volunteers from across UW and teaches staff, faculty and student bystanders to identify and interrupt instances of interpersonal violence, including sexual harassment and sexual violence. Training is offered regularly on the Seattle campus and on a by-request basis at other UW locations. To learn more about GreenDot and upcoming training opportunities go here.

Title IX at UW provides an overview of how Title IX is implemented at UW, an introduction to various policies and resources, and information on how to respond and provide support when someone in the UW community has experienced sexual assault, harassment, stalking, or other sexual misconduct. Contact the Title IX coordinator to discuss scheduling options.

Flyers and brochures


A guide for UW employees
A printable, 2-sided flyer outlining how to respond if you become aware that someone in our university community has been impacted by sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment and/or stalking.

Stop Sexual Harassment
Printable brochure that outlines UW policy regarding sexual harassment and sexual assault and includes resources and reporting options.