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Title: Miami Dade College Faculty Orientation


1
Miami Dade College Faculty Orientation
  • WorkingTogether
  • Presenters
  • Iliana Castillo-Frick
  • Joy C. Ruff

2
Working Together
Objectives College expectations for faculty
conduct College protections of employee and
student rights
3
Working Together
  • Do unto others as you would have them do unto
    you.

4
Working Together
College Policy I-21 Equal Access/Equal
Opportunity Miami Dade College is an equal
access/equal opportunity educational institution
which does not discriminate on the basis of
gender, race, color, marital status, age,
religion, national origin, sexual orientation,
veterans status or disability. College
Procedure 1665 Discrimination and Harassment
Grievance Process Resolution of Complaints
of discrimination and harassment
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  • Miami Dade will
  • Recruit, employ, grant salaries, supervise
    and promote personnel without discrimination
  • Miami Dade will provide
  • Equal educational opportunities for students
  • An environment free from harassment or other
    discriminatory practices

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Miami Dade will provide
  • Reasonable instructional support services,
    substitutions, modification or waiver of any
    requirement for admission or graduation for
    students with disabilities who meet State Statute
    requirements
  • Auxiliary aids and services for students with
    disabilities
  • Reasonable accommodations for employees and
    guests of the College

7
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Conflict of Interest Outside Employment Must
be compatible with required College work hours,
work day or work week Should not adversely
affect (compromise) your job performance Shou
ld represent or conform with College goals and
objectives in the community
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Conflict of Interest Outside Employment Comply
with Code of Ethics for College
employees Should not be obtained through use of
the Colleges name Should reflect favorably
on the College
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Conflict of Interest Outside Employment Collec
tive Bargaining Agreement College Policy II-18
Full-Time Personnel Outside Employment
College Policy II-23 All Personnel Conflict
Of Interest
10
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  • Federal Laws on which College Policies and
    Procedures are based
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964, As Amended
  • Civil Rights Act of 1991
  • National Origin Discrimination Act
  • Equal Pay Act

11
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  • Federal Laws on which College Policies and
    Procedures are based
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • Age Discrimination In Employment Act of 1967
  • Title IX of the Education Amendments

12
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As a faculty member, you need to know Your
rights Your students rights and how to
ensure them in your classroom
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  • As a faculty member, you need to know
  • What protections are covered by the law
  • What MDC policy and procedures say
  • Who to call when you do not know what to do

14
Working Together DONTS
  • Using vulgar, profane or sexually explicit
    language (i.e. f word).
  • Making jokes, sharing anecdotes or discussing
    topics of a sexual nature.
  • Asking questions about another individuals sex
    life, sexual preference or sexual orientation.
  • Making sexually explicit or implicit comments
    about an individuals clothing, body.

15
Working Together DONTS
  • Repetitively asking for dates.
  • Using profane slang to refer to men or women
    (i.e. b word, f word) .
  • Making whistling, kissing sounds, smacking
    noises.
  • Touching a person when it is unwelcome.
  • Stalking, which includes sending unwelcome and
    offensive gifts, emails, photos, etc.

16
Working Together DO S
When a student complains to you
  1. Take the report seriously
  1. Listen, sympathize, but dont judge
  1. Avoid using dangerous words such as, Its just
    teasing. Its no big deal

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Working Together DO S
When a student complains to you 4.
Document 5. Dont delay 6. Respond to
the concern
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Working Together DO S
  • Follow up on the complaint
  • 8. Advise your appropriate chain of command about
    the complaint to determine what action is to be
    taken
  • 9. Advise the Office of Equal Opportunity
    Programs/ADA Coordinator, about the complaint
    (resource, resolution and recording).

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Quick Links for more information College Policy
I-21 Equal Access/Equal Opportunity
https//www.mdc.edu/policy/Chapter1/01-I-21.pdf C
ollege Procedure 1665 Discrimination and
Harassment Grievance Process https//www.mdc.edu/p
rocedures/Chapter1/1665.pdf Sexual Harassment
Prevention https//www.mdc.edu/hr/EmployeeRelatio
ns/default.asp College Policy II-18 Full-Time
Personnel Outside Employment https//www.mdc.edu/
policy/Chapter2/02-II-18.pdf College Policy
II-23 All Personnel Conflict Of Interest and
Code of Ethics https//www.mdc.edu/policy/Chapter2
/02-II-23.pdf Students Rights and
Responsibilities Handbook http//www.mdc.edu/poli
cy/student_rights_and_responsibilities.pdf
20
Employee Relations
Bettie H. Thompson Associate Vice
Provost/Human Resources Ext. 70291
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  • Equal Opportunity Programs/
  • Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator
  • Joy C. Ruff, PhD
  • Director Ext. 70269
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