Non-Discrimination and Bias Reporting

Grad Art Non-Discrimination Statement 

As part of Williams College, the Graduate Program in the History of Art is dedicated to building a diverse and inclusive community in which members of all backgrounds can live, learn and thrive. In compliance with state and federal law, Williams does not discriminate in admission, employment, or administration of its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, or military service.

For more information about Williams College’s commitment to non-discrimination, and for other resources supported by the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, click here. To report incidents of bias at Williams College, or involving Williams College faculty, staff, and students, students can reach out to the Director or Associate Director of the Graduate Program, or contact  Leticia Haynes, Vice President for Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (lseh1​@williams​.edu), or Toya Camacho, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion/Title IX Coordinator (tcc2​@williams​.edu). To report anonymously click here:

The Clark Art Institute’s Freedom from Harassment and Discrimination Policy, which also applies to graduate students who are employees are the Clark, can be found here. If you are not a Clark employee, you are still very much encouraged to report any incidents of harassment or discrimination. Please contact Terry Clewley ([email protected]) in the office of Human Resources for any additional Clark-related questions. If you believe that you or another individual has been subjected to any conduct of the type prohibited by this Policy, you are urged and expected to report the relevant facts promptly. Students may direct such reports to the Director or Associate Director of the Graduate Program, to Terry Clewley or, alternatively, employees may direct reports to Robin Sher, Chief Financial Officer ([email protected]). Students may choose whichever of these individuals they feel more comfortable contacting under the circumstances, and may choose to report orally or in writing. All reports will be followed up promptly, with further investigation conducted where needed to confirm facts or resolve disputed facts.

MASS MoCA is committed to a safe work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Each individual has the right to work in a professional atmosphere that promotes equal employment opportunities and prohibits discriminatory practices. Therefore, we expect that all relationships among employees in the workplace — including students enrolled in the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art — will be free of bias, prejudice, and harassment. Should a student intern experience any bias or discriminatory behavior, please report the incident to intern supervisors, Senior Curator Susan Cross ([email protected]) and Curator Alexandra Foradas ([email protected]).