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9 Things Colleges Do to Help Sexual Violence Survivors

Posted on 29 December 2015 |

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It Starts with Training helping sexual violence survivors Title IX requires that employees handling complaints are trained on recognizing sexual harassment and violence[vawa-title-ix-and-clery-act-training/]. Specifically, they should know: The definition of...

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7 Campuses with Excellent Sexual Assault Prevention Initiatives

Posted on 22 December 2015 |

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campus initiatives Earlier this year, the Association of American Universities (AAU) released its Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct. It made everyone sit up and...

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7 Important Things About Stalking Your Campus Needs to Know

Posted on 17 December 2015 |

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campus stalking Sexual violence on campus is a serious problem with many facets. Previously, we covered how higher education campuses can address dating and domestic violence[domestic-dating-violence-against-women-campuses/] and answered some...

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Bystander Intervention: A New Approach to Stop Sexual Assault

Posted on 15 December 2015 |

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*“Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein* bystander intervention training Now, whether or not Einstein actually said that is...

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The Importance of Promoting Faculty Diversity in Higher Education

Posted on 10 December 2015 |

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Faculty Diversity Has Become a Popular Topic diverse faculty higher education Diversity in higher education has recently been a popular news media topic. On many campuses around the...

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Addressing Domestic & Dating Violence Against Women on College Campuses

Posted on 8 December 2015 |

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campus dating domestic violence When it comes to what students get out of college, the reality is often very different than the vaunted ideal. We all know the...

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Title IX: Pregnancy & Parenting Protections for Students

Posted on 3 December 2015 |

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Consider this scenario: title ix pregnancy parenting A student is pregnant and misses assignments and tests due to doctor’s appointments, pregnancy complications, delivery, breastfeeding and so on....

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Microaggressions: A Sensitive and Complicated Campus Challenge

Posted on 1 December 2015 |

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Are these questions and statements completely innocent or passive aggressive or even unintentionally hurtful?

The answer may depend on your skin color, gender identification or any number of contextual factors. For example, the subtext of the first question may be, “you don’t look like me, so you’re not really part of this community.” And the tough part is that the speaker may not be totally aware of what they are implying while the recipient may feel he or she is being categorized as an “other.”

And that’s the difficult essence of microagressions.

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How to Help a Friend That’s Been Sexually Assaulted on Campus

Posted on 25 November 2015 |

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friend sexually assaulted campus Sexual assault is a traumatic experience for anyone, but it’s especially tough for students who might be away from home for the first...

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5 FAQs about Date-Rape Drugs & Sexual Violence on Campus

Posted on 19 November 2015 |

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date rape drugs sexual violence You’re out having fun with your friends at a campus party, and the next thing you know, you wake up with no...

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