2023 Congressional Delegation - OBFS
Friday, March 24, 2023 10:01 AM

In partnership with the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS), the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) is pleased to announce the 2023 delegation in support of federal investments in biological sciences research supported by the National Science Foundation and other federal agencies.

Members of the delegation will participate in AIBS Communication Bootcamp for Scientists in preparation for in-person meetings with members of Congress Monday, April 24. For the next two days, the entire team will then engage with Congressional staffers and members directly.

“The goal of these Congressional delegation visits is to not only help lawmakers understand the important role the federal government plays in supporting biological sciences,” said Dr. Lara Roketenetz, OBFS President and Director of the University of Akron Field Station. “We are fortunate to have a team
of researchers, leaders and advocates from a wide range of field station and marine lab institutions willing and able to speak on behalf of these critical endeavors.”

The Congressional Visits Day returns to the in-person format in 2023 after being held virtually in 2021 and 2022. The annual event enables scientists to meet with their federal lawmakers and help inform science policy. “AIBS is pleased to once again host this important event in Washington, DC, where scientists from around the country have the opportunity to discuss the impacts of federal investments in scientific research and education with lawmakers,” said Dr. Jyotsna Pandey, Director of Public Policy for AIBS. “AIBS greatly values OBFS's partnership and persistent engagement in these critical conversations.”

2023 OBFS/AIBS Congressional Delegation Team Members 

Conner Philson, University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA): Conner Philson is a field biologist and behavioral ecologist studying the evolution and fitness consequences of social behavior. He is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UCLA and a Graduate Fellow at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. Conner’s work has been featured by the likes of National Geographic, American Scientist, and CNN. In addition to his research, Conner engages in science policy with work focusing on mitigating climate change and its impacts, the loss of biodiversity, and scientific infrastructure. Conner is a National Science Policy Network SciPol Scholar and an Associate Editor at the Journal of Science Policy and Governance. Conner serves on the Board of Directors for OBFS, chairing the Outreach and Communications Committee and focuses on strategic engagement with policymakers.

Rebecca Kauten, Iowa Lakeside Laboratory Regents Resource Center: Dr. Rebecca Kauten serves as Scientist in Residence for Iowa Lakeside Laboratory. She supervises field studies based at the lab including both social and physical science projects and serves as a technical resource for undergraduate and graduate researchers from across the region. Dr. Kauten also teaches courses in GIS, environmental management and human environment dynamics in Iowa, Montana and Maine, including studies in environmental and spatial science, sustainability, population dynamics and global analysis of food and water systems. Dr. Kauten holds advanced degrees in Geographical & Sustainability Science and Public Policy, and currently partners with multiple OBFS committees and members on research endeavors.

Jennifer Seavey, Shoals Marine Laboratory, University of New Hampshire and Cornell University: Dr. Jennifer Seavey is the John M. Kingsbury Director of the Shoals Marine Laboratory. She is also Faculty in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University and the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (SMSOE) at the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Seavey is an applied ecologist focused on anthropogenic impacts on wildlife species and ecosystem function. Her research program explores climate change; spatial ecology; conservation biology; and the recovery of endangered species.

Shane Waddell, University of California-Davis (UC Davis): Shane Waddell is Associate Director of the UC Davis Natural Reserve System which manages six field stations as part of a 41-site statewide network. The UC Natural Reserve System (NRS) is the largest university-administered suite of protected areas in the world. Shane started at UC Santa Barbara’s Sedgwick Reserve in 1998 before settling in at UC Davis in 2000. He served as the Director of the Quail Ridge Reserve from 2011-2021. He studied mathematics and economics at UC Santa Barbara and taught math and English with the Peace Corps in Nepal. He serves as the chair of the UC NRS Information Management Committee. Shane serves on the Board of Directors for OBFS, chairing the Governance Committee.

About OBFS
The mission of the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS) is to help member stations increase their effectiveness in supporting critical research, education, and outreach programs. We pursue this goal in a manner that maximizes diversity, inclusiveness, sustainability, and transparency. For more information visit

About AIBS
The American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) is a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity organization that advances the biological sciences for the benefit of all science and society. We work with like- minded organizations, funding agencies, and political entities to promote the use of science to inform decision-making. For more information visit

Contact: Conner Philson, OBFS Outreach & Communications Chair, 571-490-5300, [email protected]

Academic Professional - University of Georgia
Tuesday, February 14, 2023 02:46 PM

The University of Georgia Marine Institute on Sapelo Island is seeking to hire an Academic Professional to develop and provide oversight of the Institute’s residential instructional programs for University students. The candidate will also serve on the UGAMI leadership team as the Assistant Director for Academics, mentor students conducting independent research, and teach field courses in their area of specialization. The position is based primarily at the UGA Marine Institute on Sapelo Island, with travel to the UGA main campus in Athens and other destinations around the state (approximately one trip per month). Although it is possible to commute to Sapelo via ferry, residence on-site is required when programs are in session (including some weekends). Housing is available at the Marine Institute.


A Ph.D. in Marine Science or a related discipline is required for this position. A complete description and application materials can be found on the university’s faculty job portal . Applications received by February 23, 2023 are assured full consideration. The position has a target start date of May 2023. Inquiries should be

directed to Dr. Merryl Alber, Chair of the Search Committee ([email protected]), with the subject line: Academic Professional.

Managing Director, University of Texas Field Station Network
Tuesday, January 31, 2023 09:16 AM

General Notes

Few universities anywhere offer the range and depth that the University of Texas at Austin does for biodiversity research, education, and public engagement. Here leading scientists make discoveries across the wide spectrum of life, from miniscule organisms to complex ecosystems, and researchers have the opportunity to be a part of groundbreaking scientific discoveries that transform our world and top-tier educational programs that develop scientific leaders. Our affiliated graduate programs are ranked among the top programs in the nation. Our commitment to applying scientific research for the betterment of society means engagement with the public, working with communities to advance understanding about natural resources, care for the land and local water supplies, and preservation of Texas biodiversity. For more information about the University of Texas at Austin's Field Stations, please go to


The University of Texas at Austin Field Station Network seeks a forward-looking Managing Director to develop and plan the operations and research activities across a growing network. While each field station provides significant research opportunities, the value of a field station network is fully realized when research and learning activities use the distributed sites synergistically to allow inference at larger scales and to address regional and global questions.  They will be responsible for driving the development, operations and research coordination of UT Austin field stations. The Managing Director will consult with faculty user groups and College administration to optimize use for research, education and outreach.



  • Coordinate the use of facilities and access for education and research. Work with the field station managers to ensure safe access and use. Participate with classes and outreach events. Coordinate user research requests.
  • Support the development of the Field Station Network and Programs. Update the Mission and Strategic Plans. Develop policies and Standard Operating Procedures to implement the plans and improve user experiences. Participate in the expansion of the Field Station Network with College, Development and Donors. Organize and/or participate in planning groups with the College, Advisory groups, Biodiversity Center Leadership and external organizations such as the Organization of Biological Field Stations.
  • Maintain and improve infrastructure of the field labs. Update and implement habitat management plans for stewardship and research. Coordinate activities of station managers for effective maintenance and safe operation of facilities. Oversee efficient maintenance through contractors and UT service facilities.
  • Infrastructure development. Participate in planning and implementation of new infrastructure across the field stations. This includes master plan development, securing funding from internal and external sources, and coordinating the development projects.
  • Provide technical support (geodatabase, maps, statistics, molecular lab) for users. Implement the data management plan, provide user access to geodatabases and data products. Provide user support such as molecular lab services, greenhouse and fish tank cultures, research plot maintenance.
  • Establish and support long-term research studies across the Network, working with Graduate and Undergraduate Research Assistants and interns. Long-term studies include baseline plant, arthropod and soil microbial diversity and phenological surveys, networked ecosystem studies, and other studies initiated by field station research staff.
  • Develop and support outreach efforts. Coordinate K12 and public events, organize volunteer and docent programs. Provide a strong social media presence.
  • Manage budgets for maintenance and operations, for new infrastructure and for research and teaching programs. Enhance internal funding mechanisms for fee recovery and use of central funding resources. Write proposals to secure new funding for infrastructure and research. Apply for grants from foundations, local, state, and federal funding agencies. Prepare technical and financial reports.
  • Manage personnel matters through recruitment, training, supervision and co-ordination of staff and student associates.


Required Qualifications

  • PhD in biology, environmental science, or related fields.
  • Three or more years of suitable experience in field of specialization.
  • Three or more years of experience managing staff, budgets, and operations of a relevant organization or research program.

Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.


Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with infrastructure development for research and teaching facilities.
  • Experience with institutional administration and donor relations.
  • Excellent leadership skills for team development and strategic planning.
  • Ability to implement operations and infrastructure activities within budget and on time.
  • Excellent communications skills with faculty, administration and donors.
  • Ability to secure funding through proposals and donor development.
  • Stewardship of land to support diverse ecosystems for research and teaching.


Salary Range

$120,000 + depending on qualifications


Working Conditions

  • May work around standard office conditions.
  • Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation.
  • Prolonged screen time.
  • Use of manual dexterity.


Required Materials

  • Resume/CV
  • 3 work references with their contact information; at least one reference should be from a supervisor
  • Letter of interest


Important for applicants who are NOT current university employees or contingent workers: You will be prompted to submit your resume the first time you apply, then you will be provided an option to upload a new Resume for subsequent applications. Any additional Required Materials (letter of interest, references, etc.) will be uploaded in the Application Questions section; you will be able to multi-select additional files. Before submitting your online job application, ensure that ALL Required Materials have been uploaded.  Once your job application has been submitted, you cannot make changes.

Important for Current university employees and contingent workers: As a current university employee or contingent worker, you MUST apply within Workday by searching for Find UT Jobs. If you are a current University employee, log-in to Workday, navigate to your Worker Profile, click the Career link in the left hand navigation menu and then update the sections in your Professional Profile before you apply. This information will be pulled in to your application. The application is one page and you will be prompted to upload your resume. In addition, you must respond to the application questions presented to upload any additional Required Materials (letter of interest, references, etc.) that were noted above


Employment Eligibility:

Regular staff who have been employed in their current position for the last six continuous months are eligible for openings being recruited for through University-Wide or Open Recruiting, to include both promotional opportunities and lateral transfers. Staff who are promotion/transfer eligible may apply for positions without supervisor approval.

Retirement Plan Eligibility:

The retirement plan for this position is Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), subject to the position being at least 20 hours per week and at least 135 days in length.


Background Checks:

A criminal history background check will be required for finalist(s) under consideration for this position.


Equal Opportunity Employer:

The University of Texas at Austin, as an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, religion, or veteran status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.


Pay Transparency:

The University of Texas at Austin will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.


Employment Eligibility Verification:

If hired, you will be required to complete the federal Employment Eligibility Verification I-9 form.  You will be required to present acceptable and original documents to prove your identity and authorization to work in the United States.  Documents need to be presented no later than the third day of employment.  Failure to do so will result in loss of employment at the university.



The University of Texas at Austin use E-Verify to check the work authorization of all new hires effective May 2015. The university’s company ID number for purposes of E-Verify is 854197. For more information about E-Verify, please see the following:



Employees may be required to report violations of law under Title IX and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). If this position is identified a Campus Security Authority (Clery Act), you will be notified and provided resources for reporting. Responsible employees under Title IX are defined and outlined in HOP-3031.

The Clery Act requires all prospective employees be notified of the availability of the Annual Security and Fire Safety report. You may access the most recent report here or obtain a copy at University Compliance Services, 1616 Guadalupe Street, UTA 2.206, Austin, Texas 78701.

Artist in Residence - UMBS
Thursday, January 19, 2023 08:55 AM

Artist in Residence Program at the University of Michigan Biological Station in Pellston, Michigan

We invite proposals for the Artist in Residence Program at the University of Michigan Biological Station
(UMBS) community during the 2023 summer sessions.

UMBS is one of the nation’s largest and longest continuously operating field research stations. Located
in Northern Michigan among more than 11,000 acres of forest, streams, wetlands, and a variety of
ecological research infrastructure that researchers and students use to explore and answer ecological,
evolutionary, and earth systems questions. On any given day, May through August 10- 250 students,
researchers, and staff work and live at the Pellston, Michigan campus creating a robust scientific
community. We are eager to create a space for art in our research-filled experiences. Time in residence
at the Pellston campus is flexible, but ideally the residency will happen over 5-8 weeks. Housing and
meals will be covered, and an honorarium provided.

How to Apply:
We invite artists to submit proposals outlining their goals and how they plan to interact with the UMBS
community during the 2023 summer session.

For visual artists: Send or provide a link to 5 different digital images in jpg or pdf format (if sending,
please do not exceed 3MB for each file). For all other mediums: An appropriate sample of your recent
work (e.g., a brief manuscript excerpt, short story, article, poetry, etc. – maximum of six pages – from
writers and poets; one uploaded video or audio from dancers & other performing artists, plus the
following materials as email one email attachment to UMBS Associate Director, Karie Slavik at
[email protected]:

1) A one-page statement describing your goals for this program
2) A resume and summary of your creative work
3) A description of possible programs you could lead while at UMBS
4) Contact information for two references familiar with your work

Application deadline: March 17, 2023

Associate Director - Mountain Campus Colorado State University
Tuesday, December 20, 2022 02:43 PM

The CSU Mountain Campus is nestled in a beautiful, secluded mountain valley at an elevation of 9,000 ft. (2,743 m) lies Colorado State University’s 1,600-acre Mountain Campus. Established in 1914, the Mountain Campus serves as a destination campus for research and education, local, national, and international conferences. Programs and activities at the Mountain Campus shape and inspire current and future leaders’ lives through learning and immersion experiences in the Rocky Mountains, and facilitate research addressing critical issues in ecology, environmental science, and natural resources.
The Mountain Campus operates from mid-May to mid-October each year, and is located 53 miles west of Fort Collins, approximately a 2-hour drive, the last 16 miles of which are on a gravel road. The campus is adjacent to the northern border of Rocky Mountain National Park and shares boundaries with Roosevelt National Forest. Abundant opportunities exist for hiking and backpacking, mountain climbing, mountain biking, and fishing.

There is limited cell phone and internet service and no TV reception. Basic first aid is provided by the campus nurse, but definitive medical care (hospital/ER) is located in Fort Collins. Room and board is included for all staff during operations. The Mountain Campus is managed by the Department of Housing & Dining Services, and includes 8 career staff and 30 student and nonstudent seasonal staff and interns.

Housing & Dining Services
Housing & Dining Services (HDS) is the largest department on campus with 450 full-time staff and 1,700 hourly and student staff, and nearly 8,300 students live on campus. HDS is responsible for the management, finance, administration, and program development of all University housing facilities, including residence halls, university apartments, and Mountain Campus.

As a department, HDS works to create dynamic housing and dining experiences that enhance personal growth and global engagement. We do this through implementation of our values of customer first service, commitment to students and staff, integrity, respect and teamwork, inclusiveness and diversity, innovation and stewardship. Within HDS, Workplace Inclusion & Talent Management as a work unit, provides training, on-going development, assessment initiatives, employee development, on-boarding and retention to support the creation of quality, equitable environments for students and staff to fulfill the mission, vision and values.

Founded in 1870 as the Colorado Agricultural College, Colorado State University is now among the nation’s leading research universities. Fort Collins is an award-winning city located on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains with the foothills and 14,000-foot peaks visible to residents. Easy access to hiking, skiing, rafting and other outdoor sports is a great advantage to CSU students, faculty and staff.
CSU’s Commitment to Campus offers employees a healthy work-life balance through a wide variety of programs, discounts, and special benefits. This includes Employee Study Privilege (nine free credits per year available through CSUCSU Global, CSU Online Plus, and University of Northern Colorado), Family Tuition Scholarship Program, Discounted Veterinary Care, Wellness Membership Discounts, Volunteers in Public Schools Leave Program, Athletic Ticket Discounts, and much more! Visit to learn more about working at CSU.
Position Summary
The Associate Director for CSU Mountain Campus (MTC) provides supervision, leadership, financial management, administrative oversight, evaluation, crisis, emergency and risk management for an active seasonal CSU Mountain Campus operation. This includes the conference center and a comprehensive academic and research facility in a remote mountain setting. The Associate Director carries out and contributes to the strategic growth of a well-respected collegiate program. The management and leadership for the daily operations is a critical component of this position. Collaborative relationships with internal and external partners are important to the success of the Mountain Campus. Academic, educational, research, and sustainable programs are provided in collaboration with Warner College of Natural Resources (WCNR) faculty, and other CSU faculty for summer field courses as well as the environmental and outdoor education program Eco Week in partnership with the Poudre School District and City of Fort Collins. The Associate Director oversees a staff of 2 full-time professionals and 30 seasonal staff during the MTC season.

This position models an excitement for the profession, an active commitment to diversity and inclusion, and the talent to incorporate best practices into the organizational culture. To be successful in this position the Associate Director must have a passion for leadership and staff development, strong business acumen, excellent skills in interpersonal and written communication, detail oriented organizational skills, and a strong background in administration and supervision. The Associate Director is a spokesperson for the university in their connections with clients, a leader within Housing & Dining Services and Student Affairs and maintains important liaison relationships with a broad array of university offices and community resources.

The Associate Director must be willing to work outside of the standard university business hours on a regular basis during the summer conference and Mountain Campus seasons. The individual carries out their responsibilities under the supervision of the Director of Conference and Event Services and Mountain Campus.
Required Job Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
  • Five years professional experience working in a supervisory capacity
Preferred Job Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in a relevant field
  • Experience of live-in work at a remote location
  • Experience in program development, coordination, and implementation
  • Experience working with conference and/or event operation,
  • Communication, marketing, and outreach experience
  • Budgeting and financial management experience
  • Experience in supervision, training, evaluation, and student/employee mentoring
  • Experience working as a challenge ropes course facilitator; mountain recreation (hiking, backpacking, etc.) and Leave No Trace (LNT) skills, Current Wilderness First Responder (WFR) or Wilderness First Aid certification
  • Well organized, able to work effectively under pressure with multiple and changing deadlines and priorities, and adept at problem-solving and decision-making
  • Competency and leadership ability in interpersonal communication, working with diverse teams, able to collaborate successfully with campus and community stakeholders.
  • Able to thrive in a remote mountain setting, possesses a passion for leadership and staff development, has strong business instincts in the areas of operational management, and excellent skills in interpersonal and written communication.
  • Willing to work outside of the standard university business hours on a regular basis, including many weekends.
  • Experience collaborating with educational programs/courses and/or research efforts.
  • An expressed and demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Diversity Statement
Personal and professional commitment to diversity and inclusion as demonstrated by involvement in teaching, research, creative activity, service to the profession and/or diversity/inclusion activities.
Essential Duties


Job Duty Category Leadership and Management
  • Daily oversight and leadership for the total campus infrastructure and program
  • Develops, along with the Director for Conference and Event Services and Mountain Campus, the long-term Mountain Campus priorities; leads the Mountain Campus to the fruition of such goals
  • Manages the daily operations for the student, staff and guest experience at the Mountain Campus responding to inquiries, crisis situations and guest experiences
  • Responsible for the development and implementation of sound principles of leadership and management aiding in the achievement of campus and departmental goals
  • Responsible for the daily academic efforts with the Warner College Natural Resources Academics Programs including NR220 and F230
  • Collaborates with appropriate CSU faculty and staff on various research initiatives hosted at the Mountain Campus
  • Responsible for the daily oversight of the environmental science program “Eco-Week”
  • Responsible for the daily oversight of the Ropes Course, including appropriate training and safety inspections
  • Collaborates with CSU Safety & Risk Management to implement all safety and emergency plans
  • Serves as a liaison to CSU Facilities Management for daily operations
  • Serves as a liaison to the CSU Police Department
  • Serves as representative for the Mountain Campus interest with capital improvements, deferred maintenance and facilities projects
  • Serves as a liaison with HDS Technology Services ensuring optimal use of technology at the Mountain Campus
  • Leads the management of the staff/faculty/visitor housing needs and policies
  • Works closely with HDS Facilities on the opening and closing of the Mountain Campus
  • Evaluates CSU Mountain Campus program seeking new opportunities and filling the gaps in operations
Percentage Of Time 40
Job Duty Category Supervision
  • Supervises two professional full-time Assistant Directors including hiring, evaluation, staff development and daily management
  • Supervises the nursing program through a liaison relationship with the CSU Health Network
  • Establishes hiring and evaluation framework for direct and indirect employees
  • Participates in the recruitment, hiring and retention processes for the Mountain Campus
  • Serves as the final approver of all hiring and staffing decisions
  • Oversight and management of labor relation decisions (FLSA)
  • Leads the Mountain Campus staff meetings, staff development, and staff communication efforts
  • Responsible for the oversight of the staff training program
Percentage Of Time 30
Job Duty Category Administration
  • Manages the occupancy meeting both daily and long-term goals for the revenue generation of the Mountain Campus
  • Works closely with the Mountain Campus Dining Manager to provide dining services operation which includes three meals a day seven days a week ensuring menus and meal plans as well as food safety operation and inspections
  • Works closely with the Manager for HDS Facilities to ensure clean, well-maintained and operational facilities
  • Responsible for training and operation of the ropes course including daily and annual safety inspection
  • Responsible for public relations, such as daily oversight of relationships with local landowners, hikers and visitors
  • Development and implementation of recycling, sustainable alternatives and composting programs.
  • Contributes to the responsibility for the daily operation and management of the wastewater treatment plant
  • Serves in an on-call rotation of staff managing crises, emergencies and responding to student and guest needs 24 hours a day during the season
  • Create assessment and evaluation timeline for programming and evaluations for the Mountain Campus
Percentage Of Time 20
Job Duty Category Fiscal Responsibility
  •  Assist in the planning, managing, and allocating the budget for the Mountain Campus – a $1million dollar organization
  •  Responsible for conference operation – oversight of occupancy and seasonal conference revenue
  •  Assist in the development of the rate structure for conference guests and students’ room and board aiming to increase revenue
  •  Assists in the development of the conference schedule ensuring mission critical programs are prioritized
  •  Works with CSU Advancement to generate donor funding for Mountain Campus initiatives and projects
Percentage Of Time 10
Application Details


Special Instructions to Applicants
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter and a current resume which addresses how professional experiences align with identified required and preferred qualifications of the position Also required is contact information for 3 professional references. Applicants needing assistance may contact Amy Mosser, [email protected].

References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
Conditions of Employment Pre-employment Criminal Background Check (required for new hires)
Search Contact Amy Mosser, [email protected]
EEO Statement
Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or pregnancy in its employment, programs, services and activities, and admissions, and, in certain circumstances, marriage to a co-worker. The University will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Colorado State University is an equal opportunity and equal access institution and affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in 101 Student Services.

The Title IX Coordinator is the Director of the Office of Title IX Programs and Gender Equity, 123 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523-0160, (970) 491-1715, [email protected].

The Section 504 and ADA Coordinator is the Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity, 101 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523-0160, (970) 491-5836, [email protected].

The Coordinator for any other forms of misconduct prohibited by the University’s Policy on Discrimination and Harassment is the Vice President for Equity, Equal Opportunity and Title IX, 101 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, Co. 80523-0160, (970) 491-5836, [email protected].

Any person may report sex discrimination under Title IX to the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Education.
Background Check Policy Statement
Colorado State University strives to provide a safe study, work, and living environment for its faculty, staff, volunteers and students. To support this environment and comply with applicable laws and regulations, CSU conducts background checks for the finalist before a final offer. The type of background check conducted varies by position and can include, but is not limited to, criminal history, sex offender registry, motor vehicle history, financial history, and/or education verification. Background checks will also be conducted when required by law or contract and when, in the discretion of the University, it is reasonable and prudent to do so.
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