Revisada en abril de 2020

La Universidad de Nevada, Reno se compromete a proporcionar un lugar de trabajo y aprendizaje libre de discriminación por motivos de edad, discapacidad, ya sea real o percibida por otros (incluidas las discapacidades relacionadas con el servicio militar), género (incluidas las condiciones relacionadas con el embarazo), condición militar u obligaciones militares, orientación sexual, indentidad o expresión de género, información genética, origen nacional, raza, color o religión.  Cuando se descruba que ha ocurrido discriminación, la Universidad actuará para detener la discriminación, evitar que vuelva a ocurrir, remediar sus efectos y disciplinar a los responsables.

Translation credit to Northern Nevada International Center, Language Bank

University of Nevada, Reno 2020, 1,900: Equal Employment Opportunity Statement (Spanish) | 1.900: Declaración de Igual de Oportunidades en el Empleo, University Administrative Manual
 

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