The Office of Gender Equity staff are transitioning to new positions within the University System.
Starting August 1, 2015, communications with either Jennifer Rose or David Yamashiro will no longer be confidential. This will not impact the confidential communications already shared with the UHM Office of Gender Equity prior to August 1st.
Starting August 1, 2015, the Office of Gender Equity will be closed until new staffing arrangements have been made.
Our mission is to create an educational and work environment on the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s campus which is free from sexual harassment and discrimination by assisting students, faculty and staff with information, counseling and advocacy on matters relating to sexual harassment and discrimination.
The Office of Gender Equity offers direct services to victims and survivors of sexual harassment and sexual assaults. We encourage you to contact our office if you have questions about our direct services.
Brief descriptions of a few of our offered services are available here.
Our online contact form is available here.
Trainings, Workshops, and Seminars
The Office of Gender Equity offers training to the campus population on interpersonal, inter-gender and cross-cultural communication, student, faculty and staff rights and responsibilities, and other issues relating to sexual harassment in academia, and interpretation of state and federal guidelines and procedures. In addition, the Gender Equity Specialist offers general sexual harassment awareness workshops to the UH Mānoa campus.
The Office of Gender Equity develops a variety of materials to help provide rights access to the UHM community, and to assist with the institutional response when there are issues related to sexual harassment and discrimination.
The Office of Gender Equity also responds to general inquiries from students, staff, and faculty regarding situations potentially involving university community members.