The Biology Inclusion Committee welcomes input from all members of the community on ways the department can better foster an inclusive environment. Individuals are welcome to set up a one-on-one or group meeting with any of the committee members for a confidential conversation. Comments and questions can also be directed non-anonymously to the entire committee at email@example.com. Alternatively, comments may be submitted anonymously to all members of the committee using the form below. All input, regardless of anonymity, will be kept in the strictest confidence by the committee.
The committee is unable to investigate interpersonal conflicts or specific policy violations. For guidance on addressing interpersonal conflicts, policy violations, or concerns, the Offices of the Ombuds serve as confidential, independent, and impartial resources. Violations or concerns can be reported, anonymously or non-anonymously, to the Compliance Hotline at the Office of University Compliance. The Bias Report and Support System can be used to report an incident of bias involving a student at Washington University in St. Louis.