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    Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)
    Beth Cohen, Director, 112 A. Street, Davis -752-ASAP (752-2727)
    http://www.hr.ucdavis.edu/ASAP

    • Offers confidential, cost-free assessment, intervention, consultation, and referral ervices to all UCD/UCDMC faculty, staff and their immediate families.

    Academic  Personnel – Office of the Vice Provost
    Binnie Singh, Director – Faculty Relations and Development, binsingh@ucdavis.edu
    5th floor, Mrak Hall – 752-0963
    http://academicpersonnel.ucdavis.edu/
    Provide advice and consultation to Deans office and Departments on issues related to minimizing conflicts involving academics and Deliver training in areas of academic  personnel management, including customizing training.

    Counseling and Psychological Students (CAPS)
    219 North hall, http://caps.ucdavis.edu/index.htm?resources, 752-0871

    • Confidential counseling for students (undergrad and grad)

    Mediation Services
    Matilda Aidam, Director, 328 D. Street, Davis – 297-4480, http://mediation.ucdavis.edu/

    • Mediation
    • Individual consultation/conflict coaching
    • Education and training

    Employee and Labor Relations, Human Resources
    HR Building, Orchard Park – 752-0530, http://www.hr.ucdavis.edu/Employee_and_Labor_Relations

    Faculty Privilege Advisors, Academic Senate
    For a current list of faculty privilege advisors, contact the Senate office at: 752-2231

    Student Judicial Affairs (SJA)
    Jeanne Wilson – Director, jxwilson@ucdavis.edu, 3200 Dutton Hall- 752-1128
    http://sja.ucdavis.edu/

    • Serves the campus by enforcing student conduct standards and by upholding student rights and responding to the student grievances, works with students, faculty, administrators  and staff to promote academic integrity, ethics and student learning in a safe and civil campus environment, helpful first contact for any concerns about students.

    Sexual Harassment Education
    Lisa Brodkey, Director, Anonymous Call Line A-CALL (2-2255), From off Campus 752-2255
    http://shep.ucdavis.edu

    • Preventing sexual harassment from occurring at UCD by educating the campus community about the issue; and
    • Assisting individuals and campus units to resolve sexual harassment conflicts if and when they arise.

    Staff Development & Professional Services (SDPS)
    TB 121 – 752 1766, http://sdps.ucdavis.edu/

    • Offer scheduled training courses on a variety of topics including: diversity awareness, communication skills, negotiations, sexual harassment/discrimination prevention, etc. and provide customized training and referrals.

    Disability Management Services, HR
    HR Building, Orchard Park, http://www.hr.ucdavis.edu/worklife-wellness/Disability_Management , 752-6019

    • Assistance with disabilities, long term illness, and accommodations.

    Workplace Violence Campus Crisis Response Team, http://www.hr.ucdavis.edu/supervisor/Er/Violence
    Student Crisis Response Team, contact SJA, 752-1128 or http://sja.ucdavis.edu

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