Training for a bullying- and harassment-free academic environment

  • 31 Mar 2023
An illustration of a distressed professor standing on a floor that is being sawed away

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Academic bullying is ubiquitous in higher education, where extreme competition in a highly hierarchical space creates many opportunities for harassment and abuse of power. Sadly, due to limited understanding of the prevalence and types of academic bullying and harassment, many targets are unaware they’re experiencing unethical—and in some cases illegal—treatment from supervisors and coworkers. This dearth of accurate information has been causing great harm not only to the targets and their loved ones, but also to the scientific process and its integrity. Enter Targets' Tips, an engaging online certificate course that supports targets of bullying, witnesses to bullying, and institutions committed to creating safer, more productive environments for their students, staff, and faculty.

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