Twelve members of the UW–Madison community—faculty, academic staff, and university staff—have volunteered to serve as points of contact for those who have experienced, have witnessed, or have questions about hostile and intimidating behavior.
Their role is to listen to those with questions and concerns and direct individuals to appropriate resources on campus.
Liaisons have been identified based on their trustworthiness, their ability to maintain confidence, their knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of hostile and intimidating behavior, and their knowledge of campus policies and procedures. They have received training to help them understand the dynamics of hostile and intimidating behavior.
The twelve liaisons are listed below, along with their contact information. Translation and interpretation services can be made available.