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Equal Opportunity Ombudspersons

The Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance (EOC) is responsible for enforcing the Temple University Policy on Preventing and Addressing Discrimination and Harassment and the Policy on Sexual Harassment and has complaint procedures available to do so. Persons who feel they have been victims of discrimination or harassment may make an informal complaint to any Equal Opportunity (EO) Ombudsperson or a formal complaint to EOC. 

Designated annually by the provost and vice presidents, Equal Opportunity Ombudspersons are knowledgeable about discrimination and harassment matters, and they are trained to assist in understanding and resolving informal complaints. Ombudspersons are sensitive to the feelings, rights, and interests of all parties, and have demonstrated ability to handle confidential and sensitive matters in a discreet manner. Equal Opportunity Ombudspersons are willing to speak with students, faculty, and staff throughout the University, without regard to school or college affiliation or physical location. The EO Ombudspersons for CPH are as follows:

Lois Millner, Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Ritter Annex, Room 595
1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue

Mary Sinnott, Professor, Department of Physical Therapy
625 Ritter Annex
1301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19122