Support for Faculty and Staff

Faculty Development

Safe Zone Training
Are you a faculty or staff member who wants to be an ally to Le Moyne’s LGBTQ+ students, staff and faculty, but aren't sure how? Come to the Safe Zone LGBTQ+ training to find out the answer!

Those who complete the training will receive a Safe Zone sticker for their office door that will identify them as an LGBTQ+ ally.

This event is free and is sponsored by the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, Office of Inclusive Excellence and Global Education, Provost’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion, and the
Gender and Women's Studies Program.

RSVP here.

Pedagogy Reading Group

The Office of the Provost is launching a reading group on issues of pedagogy and inclusion, starting in November.  Members of the group will meet monthly to discuss topics such as inclusive pedagogy, language use in the classroom, and managing difficult conversations.  If you’re interested in joining the discussion group, contact Tabor Fisher at

Online Course on Teaching in a Diverse Classroom

The Provost’s office is happy to pay for a University of Illinois course on Negotiating Learner Differences: Towards Productive Diversity in Learning for ten faculty members.  If you are interested in the course, please contact Tabor Fisher at



Bias Related Incidents and Title IX Complaints

Faculty and staff who experience bias-related incidents are encouraged to report those incidents to the Bias-Related Incident Team.    If you need support after a sexual assault or in cases of sexual harassment, please contact our Title IX Coordinator.  You can report any ethical issue, anonymously, through our offsite Ethics Reporting Hotline.


Our diversity statement:  “Inspired by St. Ignatius of Loyola's capacity to find God in all things, Le Moyne seeks to build a respectful, welcoming campus culture that celebrates difference and models inclusion. Uniqueness is expressed through gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age physical and mental attributes, and religious an political beliefs. A Catholic, Jesuit college has a particular responsibility to provide an environment for the safe and nurturing exploration of difference, while also offering rich, ample opportunities for students to pursue the Jesuit ideal of "education in dialogue with the world."

Le Moyne’s Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Officer is Karin Botto.  You can contact her by email at  You can call her at x. 4155 or drop into Human Resources to meet with her.