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Applying Intersectionality and a Social Justice Advocacy Framework to Analyze Efforts to End Sexual Violence on Campus and to Develop New Programs Promise Place: Alison Dunn, Systems Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator Resources to Engagement: Creating trainings with choose-your-own-destiny style scenarios Clemson University: Megan Fallon, Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator and Taylor Tyson, Interpersonal Violence Graduate Assistant Four Must-Ask Questions to Transform Your Prevention Strategy from Good to Great Everfi: Rob Buelow, Vice President, Partner Education Developing Student Leaders to Build Collaborative and Inclusive Cultures of Prevention Elon University: Becca Bishopric Patterson, Coordinator for Health Promotion; Wake Forest University: Beth Montplaisir, Safe Office Coordinator Revictimization and Resiliency: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Working with All Students Virginia Commonwealth University: Abigail Conley, Assistant Professor, Andrea Moreau, Graduate Student, and Jen Underwood, Graduate Student Addressing Campus Sexual Violence Across the SEM: An Opportunity to Brain-storm with Peers Culture of Respect/NASPA: Sarice Greenstein, Project Coordinator; Chrysalis Network: Juliette Grimmett, Founder Schedule Mapping: Techniques in Safety Planning for Advocates, Counselors, and Investigators Victim Rights Law Center: Lindy Aldrich, Esq., Deputy Director Maximizing Title IX/VAWA Risk Reduction and Primary Prevention: Increasing Impact through Research and Theory Lynn University: Lorna Fink, University Compliance Officer, Title IX Coordinator A Trauma-Informed & Multidisciplinary Approach To Supporting Victims/Survivors of Sexual Violence on Campus The Ohio State University: Mary Zuchovicki, Sexual Violence Support Coordinator, and Jolene Petroc, Sexual Violence Support Coordinator Presentation Title: TBD. In 1997, Scheherazade Tillet learned that her older sister, Salamishah, was a rape survivor.Seeking to help Salamishah heal from sexual violence, Scheherazade turned to photography and began documenting the various stages of Salamishah’s recovery.with the Victim’s Rights Law Center, and Amily Mc Cool, JD from the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Applicants will be selected based on those in greatest financial need, as well as those whose participation will make a significant impact on their community. Building Comprehensive Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts on College Campuses Prevent Connect, CALCASA: Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez, Project Manager Building Trust in a Time of Institutional Betrayal: Lessons Learned Through Establishing a Prevention Education and Survivor Services Center in a Compliance Landscape Vanderbilt University: Cara Tuttle Bell, Director – Vanderbilt University Project Safe Center Start the Conversation: A Planned Approach to Prevention Work for Community College Students Wilkes Community College: Dr.Lynda Black, Director, Counseling Center Campus Sexual Violence: Student Rights, University Responsibilities, and Legal Liability in The Hunting Ground The Fierberg National Law Group, PLLC// School Violence Law: Doug E.While childcare will not be offered on-site, we will do everything possible to support you if you need to bring your baby or child to the conference.
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Campuses nationally are continuing to work hard to meet and exceed federal requirements around response and prevention measures for sexual and dating violence and stalking.
While campuses are working to address the expectations of Title IX and the Clery Act, including the most recent amendments to the Clery Act (Campus Sa VE), many have already developed effective programs.
• Action sessions: Some breakout sessions will be action focused where the presenter(s) share information during the first half of the session, and participants use the second half to self-facilitate small group structured discussions based off of the content presented.