Education and Resources


“Navigating Bias in Learning Environments” is a two-hour interactive workshop to build skill among teaching and professional faculty and staff, to thoughtfully navigate bias incidents in learning and working environments, including classrooms, labs, organization spaces and field locations. Grounded in evidence-based research and practice, the workshop presents a flexible analytical framework with corresponding practical strategies in order to better navigate challenging incidents as they arise.

Schedule a consult to learn more, and to schedule a workshop.


Experiencing or witnessing a bias incident can result in physical and emotional trauma. All members of the OSU community who have been impacted by a bias incident are encouraged to report it by submitting a Bias Incident Response Form. However, whether or not you choose to submit a bias incident report many resources are available to you on campus to provide you with support.

  • Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) - CAPS is available to all OSU students for one-on-one confidential counseling sessions.
  • Lyra Health - Lyra offers a full spectrum of care offerings, from preventive to severe. No matter what you’re facing or where you are in your mental health journey, Lyra is here for you.
  • Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA) - All members of the university community may raise complaints of discrimination, harassment and bullying with the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access.

You also have the right to report incidents to local law enforcement:

  • The Oregon State University Police Department and Department of Public Safety can be reached at 541-737-7000, 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
  • The Corvallis Police Department can be reached at 541-766-6924, 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

If your immediate safety is at risk, if you are witnessing violence, or if you perceive imminent harm to yourself or others, please immediately dial 9-1-1.