Carol Sundberg

The University of Minnesota is committed to a working and learning environment that is respectful, collegial, and free of harassment. 

Harassment can include offensive, intimidating or hostile behavior that interferes with your student's ability to work or study, such as, but not limited to, threatening or demeaning language. 

Find tools and resources for dealing with difficult behavior on the Working Better Together website

Outlined below are a variety of resources to assist you:

Local resources

Student Conflict Resolution Center (SCRC)

The Student Conflict Resolution Center (SCRC) offers informal and formal conflict resolution services to students' campus-based problems and concerns.

If you want to talk to someone outside of your department, you can contact the SCRC.  Consultations are confidential - no one will know you contacted the SCRC without your permission. SCRC works with hundreds of students and offers information, coaching and intervention.

Director of Learner Development

Dr. Slattery is the Director of Learner Development. He assists residents and fellows with learning/performance concerns across the GME competencies and residency/fellowship requirements; provides assessments and referrals for special services (disability evaluation, ESL tutoring, personal/couple counseling, health/wellness assistance); and is available for consultation on academic/training process difficulties.

Scott Slattery, Ph.D.
E-mail: slatt008@umn.edu
Ph: 612-626-7196
Office: B609 Mayo

Director of the Medical School Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity

Ms. Tate is the Director of the Medical School Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity and is the Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action liaison.  For questions or concerns regarding matters of allegations of mistreatment, sexual harassment, or discrimination, the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity may assist you in finding solutions. 

Mary Tate
E-mail: tatex001@umn.edu 
Ph: 612-625-1494
Office: B608 Mayo

Resident and Fellow Assistance Program (RAP)

The Resident and Fellow Assistance Program (RAP) is a confidential counseling service designed to offer residents and their immediate family members a professional, external resource to address a variety of stressors, at no cost to the client.  In many cases these stressors are affecting personal lives and impacting a resident's ability to meet professional expectations in the workplace. 

Sand Creek
Ph: 651-430-3383

University of Minnesota harassment policies

University of Minnesota offices and centers