Code of Conduct

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Biology Integration Institute Regional OneHealth Aerobiome Discovery Network (BROADN) values the diverse perspectives, skills, and abilities of all of its members.

We promote respect, curiosity, and inclusiveness in all activities while recognizing that safety, well-being, and transparent communication are priorities in all aspects of our research and educational efforts.

BROADN’s leadership is united in its commitment to a respectful, diverse, and inclusive environment. This commitment also aligns with the expectations of NSF, Colorado State University (CSU), and partner institutions: University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder), CSU-Pueblo, and Doane University. 

BROADN aims to create a safe, supportive, and productive environment. The code of conduct applies to all BROADN faculty, staff, students, volunteers, and contractors at all BROADN-related activities and events that occur on or off campus. 

Do you have a concern you would like to report?

BROADN leadership will not tolerate sexual harassment, harassment or discrimination based on ethnicity, race, gender, or disability, other forms of harassment, sexual assault, or retaliation. If you believe you have witnessed or experienced harassment of any kind, please submit a formal report to the Management Team below.