The University at Buffalo is committed to ensuring that our faculty and staff can work in an environment that is free from unlawful harassment. To further this commitment, the University has implemented an online harassment education and prevention program designed for all employees affiliated with the University at Buffalo.
To assist supervisors in meeting their obligations, the University has also implemented a supervisor version of course.
UB has enrolled all of its employees, including student assistants, in the 2018 Intersections: Preventing Harassment & Sexual Violence (Title IX/Campus SaVE Act) training course.
Please use Chrome as your browser to access the course.
Classified, Faculty, Professional, Research Non-Fellow, UBF, UBF Professional, and UBF Clerical should access the training via UB EDGE
After logging in to UB EDGE, you will notice a curriculum called: 2018 Intersections: Preventing Harassment & Sexual Violence (Title IX/Campus SaVE Act) program.
Click on that curriculum and you’ll see two courses.
Select and complete one of the following courses that best matches your position on campus
Employees: 2018 Preventing Harassment & Sexual Violence (Title IX/Campus SaVE Act)
Supervisors: 2018 Preventing Harassment & Sexual Violence (Title IX/Campus SaVE Act)
Student & Undergraduate & Graduate Employees, TA/GA, Practice Plan, Medical Resident/Fellow and various Volunteers should access the training via UBlearns
Make sure that your pop-up blocker is disabled (turned off) if your course does not open.
Turn your computer speakers on if you would like to listen to the course narrator.
If you are using a mobile device to access the course, you may need to complete the course in a web browser on your device.
You do not need to complete the course in one sitting. In fact, we strongly recommend that you set aside two or more separate times to complete the training. The software allows you to start where you left off.
Deans, department heads, managers and supervisors are strongly recommended to mandate this program for employees, to send an unequivocal message that unlawful harassment will not be tolerated and to encourage those who are experiencing harassment to report it. Mandating the training also provides employees with information they need to ensure they comply with UB’s Discrimination and Harassment policy. Managers and supervisors can assign the course to employees and track completion through UB's Learning Management System, UB EDGE. EDI can provide completion reports to units listing the individuals who have completed the course via UBLearns.
If you have difficulties accessing the training, please call the Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) at (716) 645-2266.
The University at Buffalo will provide reasonable accommodations to ensure individuals with disabilities have equal access to the training content. Please contact Equity, Diversity and Inclusion by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (716) 645-2266 for assistance.
The Child Protection Policy supports UB’s commitment to protect the safety and welfare of children on campus. This online course will help you to understand the obligations of employees, students and visitors under the policy, what to do if you witness or suspect abuse or inappropriate conduct toward a child, how the policy relates to programs and research involving children and employee obligations when granting campus access to visitors.
How to Access the Child Protection Policy Course
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) provides training on a number of topics and issues. Please contact EDI (716) 645-2266 for information about in-person training on any topic related to discrimination or harassment, including:
Training can be a formal, structured session, or you can invite us to meet with your faculty or staff during a regularly-scheduled meeting. We can customize a format and timeframe that meet your needs.