The Korea Institute is devoted solely to the support and development of Korean Studies at Harvard, as the central hub for Harvard faculty, students, leading scholars in the field, and visitors to join together as a community for the study of Korea.
Korea Institute Statement on Harassment and Discrimination
The Korea Institute reaffirms its unambiguous commitment to the policy and practice of zero tolerance of sexual harassment, gender-based disparity of treatment, racism, and other forms of discrimination.
We remain firmly committed to fostering an atmosphere of safe and healthy engagement with each other as faculty members, staff, students, affiliates, and visitors. We will continue to work with the Harvard community and the broader higher education community to promote safe work environments for everyone. Further, we are committed to participating in efforts to improve the culture of Harvard so that all may achieve their full potential.
If you have any concerns or suggestions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us, Title IX officers, or other sources of support at Harvard such as the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR), which protects the confidentiality of all members in our community who wish to utilize this resource.
Sun Joo Kim
Director, Korea Institute