In student affairs, one of our many jobs is to inspire students to see how their actions can and will change the world. The institution itself – its climate, policies, and programs – can be a way to show students how individual actions can spur community-wide change. This NASPA blog post explores how small actions by individuals […]
The Culture of Respect Collective is an ambitious two-year program which brings together institutions of higher education dedicated to ending campus sexual violence and guides them through a rigorous process of self-assessment and targeted organizational change. Culture of Respect Collective: Cohort Two At a Glance highlights the progress to date of colleges and universities in […]
If your institution is prepared to take a step towards improved coordination, Culture of Respect recommends following these steps for utilizing the CORE Evaluation to inventory institutional efforts to address sexual violence.
At the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference in Los Angeles, we had the opportunity to reflect on what we have learned so far and ask attendees what their experiences have been with task forces in higher education.
Culture of Respect Senior Director Allison Tombros Korman and NASPA’s Director for Research and Practice Dr. Jill Dunlap joined Olivier Knox of Sirius Radio’s The Big Picture to break down the new proposed Title IX rules from the Department of Education.
We are pleased to announce the our launch of the new Culture of Respect website. This updated website clearly communicates our mission: to build the capacity of educational institutions to end sexual violence through ongoing, expansive organizational change. We hope that through the new site, institutions of higher education, as well as secondary schools – […]
Monica Nixon, Assistant Vice President for Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice; Allison Tombros Korman, Senior Director, Culture of Respect; and Jill Dunlap, Director of Research and Policy, share their perspectives on the national sexual violence conversation and where we go from here.
As headlines about Dr. Blasey Ford’s anticipated testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee flood our newsfeeds, Brandeis University professor of social policy, law, and women’s, gender and sexuality studies Anita Hill offers advice to the Senate about how to avoid mistakes of the 1991 Justice Clarence Thomas hearings.
Allison Tombros Korman writes about our partnership with the Emma Willard School and their dedication to addressing sexual violence.