Feedback and Ombudsperson
We hope that students will feel welcome to reach out to their advisors, the Graduate Program Director, or the Department Chair to offer feedback or seek help. We recognize, however, that it may be difficult to reach out to such individuals with certain concerns. Therefore, there are two other avenues by which to reach out:
1. Students can provide anonymous feedback and comments about any aspect of the Department of Biostatistics, including the graduate program, at the following link: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/departments/biostatistics/contact/feedback#no-back
2. Margaret Taub (firstname.lastname@example.org) serves as the department’s ombudsperson. Please reach out to her as a resource who can pass on concerns while maintaining student anonymity, provide help in finding information and support resources, assist in navigating difficult communications, or serve as a sounding board. She is empowered to maintain confidentiality within guidelines allowable under Title IX regulations (see https://oie.jhu.edu/policies-and-laws/jhu- policies/index.html).