Dr. Lilia Cortina, Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at University of Michigan and co-author with Jennifer Freyd of a new study on mandatory reporting, will speak on “Sexual Harassment on the Job: What are We Missing?” on Friday, March 2 from 12:00 to 1:30 in UNM’s SUB Ballroom A. See flyer here.
The UNM research group on campus sexual assault is convening a research workshop that includes visiting researchers from MIT, UT Austin, and the University of Georgia. Please join us at the SUB Lobo A&B from 12:15 to 1:30 on Tuesday, February 13, for a public research panel. See the flyer here and the video recording of the panel […]
The UNM Ombuds Services is offering a variety of workshops to “help participants develop and practice listening skills that will promote a safe and supportive environment for those speaking up about sexual violence and misconduct. Participants will learn how to listen and respond supportively to accounts of sexual violence without causing unintentional harm.” These trainings […]
As the Provost has recently stated, UNM, federal, and state policies do not require instructors to include statements about Title IX reporting on their syllabi. However, if you choose to include such a statement, Faculty SAFE UNM offers three options to consider.
University of Oregon President Michael Schill yesterday signed the university’s new reporting policy, “Student Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence Complaint and Response,” a policy developed last year by the Responsible Reporting Working Group and approved by the University Senate. The policy, which implements “mandatory supporting, not mandatory reporting” for most university employees (including most faculty), can […]