Members of the Equity & Title IX Network are recommended by senior leadership and appointed by the President. The network includes the following: Advisory Council
Members of the Council advise the President, Equity & Title IX Coordinator, and program.
Equity & Title IX Coordinators AUB's Title IX Coordinator oversees the Equity & Title IX Program, based in the Office of the President, which is responsible for organizing the University’s response to discrimination, including sex or gender-based harassment. Programming includes campus outreach, training, and oversight of formal panel investigations of discrimination complaints. Deputy Title IX Coordinators serve as champions for nondiscrimination and anti-harassment efforts in their respective faculty, school, or unit. Deputies collaborate with the Title IX Coordinator to support equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts on campus. Students, faculty, staff, and other members of the AUB community can contact Deputies to access information or to report discrimination or discriminatory harassment.
FAS: Fatima Abu Salem Associate ProfessorComputer Science Bliss 305 – Ext. email@example.com
Associate Professor,Epidemiology & Population Health, Vandyck Bldg. 207 Ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental EngineeringBechtel Engineering Bldg. 526 – Ext. email@example.com
Title IX Resolution Panel Pool
Advisory Council members, Deputies, as well as additional faculty and staff are qualified to serve at the request of the President or Provost on panels formed to evaluate reports of sex-based discrimination including harassment. The additional certified members of the network are listed here.
Members of AUB's Equity & Title IX Network are certified by the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA).
Title IX Program and FAQs
Equity & Title IX CoordinatorTrudi HodgesOffice of the President College Hall, Room 425Ext. 2514 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to contact the Deputy in my faculty, if I see or experience discrimination or harassment?
No, you can talk to any Deputy or directly contact the Equity & Title IX program. You should talk to the person with whom you feel most comfortable.