A. Academic Integrity
The Department requires that all its members (students, faculty, and staff) adhere strictly to the highest standards of ethical academic and professional behavior. Among the offenses considered unacceptable and taken as grounds for immediate dismissal from the graduate program are: plagiarism, falsification, cheating, sexual harassment, bias, and discrimination. Deviation from these standards or questions concerning them should be addressed to the Chair, the Director of Graduate Studies, or the appropriate University office the GSAS Office of Academic and Student Affaris, 212-998-8060.
B. Climate and Diversity
The Department of French Literature, Thought and Culture is committed to the University's mission of creating and fostering an inclusive and diverse community of faculty, administrators, staff, and students. Discrimination or harassment based on race, gender and/or gender identity or expression, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, ethnicity, disability, veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status, or on any other legally prohibited basis is unlawful and undermines the character and purpose of the University. Such discrimination or harassment violates University policy and will not be tolerated.
If you should experience harassment, inappropriate behavior, or other climate concerns, please consult the resources offered by the Office of Equal Opportunity, including the confidential and nonconfidential/private reporting mechanisms in place <https://www.nyu.edu/about/policies-guidelinescompliance/equal-opportunity/resources-and-support/new-york.html>.