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. Advertisements
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 […]
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Members of Faculty SAFE at OEO’s “Keep Calm and Protect the Pack” event in Smith Plaza. SAFE used a mattress to display cards written by passers-by to show how they give and withhold consent.
In March 2017, Faculty SAFE initiated its “Let a Lobo Pee” campaign, placing signs supporting safe restroom access for everyone, regardless of gender identity, across our campus. Please download and post the Trans Solidarity Bathroom Flyer or the Trans Solidarity Bathroom Flyer – printer friendly here! And please: if you post one sign, post many! […]
See video of Dr. Freyd’s February 6, 2017 lecture at UNM, “Addressing Sexual Assault: Moving from Institutional Betrayal to Institutional Courage.” For more information about Dr. Freyd’s visit, go to Freyd at UNM. If you attended any of the events on February 6, we also invite you to provide feedback here.