Welcome to Diverse Mag, a reporting portal managed by the MagLab Diversity Committee. Our goal is to collect as much information as possible about what is occurring at the MagLab so we can improve our climate, diversity, and inclusiveness. All reports are forwarded to a subcommittee of the Diversity Committee, who will determine the appropriate course of action in response to your DiverseMag report.
DiverseMag can be used not just to report incidents but also to provide MagLab leadership with ideas you have that would help to improve climate, diversity, and/or inclusiveness at the MagLab.
If you prefer, you can make your report anonymously. Anonymous reports are valuable for the information they provide; however, anonymity often limits the MagLab's ability to collect enough information to respond directly to the specific concern raised. You are welcome to propose a course of action that you feel would address the incident you report.
Although the response to each incident is unique, if an individual is found to have violated MagLab professional norms, it will be addressed by the MagLab Director. The MagLab Director will respect any request to not reveal your identity or details of your complaint, so please be explicit regarding any privacy requests if your report is not anonymous.
The MagLab adheres to the University's Equal Opportunity, Non-Discrimination, and Non-Retaliation policy, the Anti-Sexual Misconduct policy, and the Title IX Compliance policy. As noted above, some incidents may not be within the scope of the MagLab and they should be reported to the University's
HR- EOCE office so that they may be reviewed and addressed under the appropriate university policies. Examples include reports of discrimination, sexual misconduct, and retaliation. Reports of this nature may also be submitted via the university's secure reporting portal
report.fsu.edu. If the concern is a student-to-student issue
report.fsu.edu is the appropriate reporting venue.