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A Faculty Guide to Responding to Survivors of Sexual Violence

When: Thursday, September 23, 2021
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Where: > See description for location
Description: Facilitator: Dr. Ashley Ruderman-Looff, Assistant Director for Advocacy & Education, Center for Women, Gender & Sexuality

Office of Faculty Development: Library 213

This session will build your capacity to respond to student survivors of sexual violence in the event they disclose to you in person or in writing. Together, we will discuss current "responsible employee" reporting procedures (also known as mandatory reporting) for Title IX, and explain what happens after a report is filed. We will review trauma-informed best practices for responding to student survivors, and offer information about campus advocacy services, including new academic advocacy options, that are available to survivors through the campus Victim Advocate. Please bring questions, concerns, and visions for the future, we will have ample time to discuss our campus policies and procedures.

To register, please email Ellen Mandly at In-person participation will be limited to the first 10 registrants; virtual participation is available to anyone. Please make your preference known when registering. Lunch is provided for in-person participants.
Topical Areas: Faculty, Staff and Administrators, Faculty Development