The University of Wisconsin–Madison is committed to preventing hostile and intimidating behavior, and will take prompt and appropriate corrective action whenever it learns that it has occurred. You are encouraged to report incidents or concerns to your human resources representative, supervisor, manager, department chair, director, or dean, as appropriate under the informal and formal processes.
Employees can request interpretation and translation assistance calling Cultural Linguistic Services:
- 608-265-0838 (English)
- 608-265-1489 (Español/Spanish)
- 608-263-2217 (Hmoob/Hmong)
- 608-890-2545 (བོད་ཡིག/Tibetan)
- 608-890-2628 (中文/Chinese)
You can contact any of the campus administrative offices identified here for advice, consultation, and support.
Contact 263-5700 or email@example.com
Sherry Boeger, Director
226 Lowell Center, 608-263-2987
The Employee Assistance Office (EAO) has expanded its services to provide employees with free and confidential statewide coverage, and 24/7 telephone access to professional counselors in support of employees’ personal and work-related concerns. For more information, go to LifeMatters or download the LifeMatters Brochure.
Parmesh Ramanathan, Associate Dean
263-0557 or firstname.lastname@example.org
HIB Liaisons have volunteered to serve as points of contact for those who have experienced, have witnessed, or have questions about hostile and intimidating behavior.
361 Bascom Hall
Contact 608-265-6018 or email@example.com
1210 Health Sciences Learning Center
Contact 608-265-6225 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Bernard-Donals, Vice Provost for Faculty and Staff
125 Bascom Hall, 608-262-9314
270 Bascom Hall
Contact 608-263-1011 or email@example.com
133 Bascom Hall
Contact 608-265-4562 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Megan Dzyuba, Director of Workforce Relations
21 North Park Street, 608-890-3663 or email@example.com
Contact 608-265-9992 or firstname.lastname@example.org
223-225 Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street
Find HR professionals who can help you in the list of HR contacts by division, school, or college.
You can also ask your supervisor to help you get in contact with your HR department.