Sexual Harassment and Internships: How Do We Protect Our Students and Program?

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Sexual harassment is a sensitive and pervasive topic in higher education. Programs and institutions have the responsibility to protect the students from sexual harassment under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights, 2011). While much attention has been focused toward on-campus interactions (i.e., professor/student, student/student), many students participate in off-campus fieldwork and internships associated with coursework, where the students are still protected under Title IX. The purpose of this discussion is to define sexual harassment, summarize research regarding sexual harassment in a fieldwork setting, consider how sexual harassment affects students, and identify resources to help programs identify and respond to sexual harassment.

Russ and Mansell are with Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Moffit is with Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.

Address author correspondence to Anne C. Russ at anne.russ@temple.edu.
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