Culture of Respect is excited to announce the participants of Cohort 6 in the Culture of Respect Collective, an ambitious two-year program that 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.
Loyola announced Feb. 3 it’s participating in an initiative to better prevent and respond to sexual violence on campus, alongside 17 other colleges.
Culture of Respect is proud to be an endorsing organization of this important effort by Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney and Rep. Ro Khanna to increase transparency through climate surveys.
Culture of Respect senior director Allison Tombros Korman weighs in on why colleges and universities should focus on upstream prevention, rather than only on individual risk reduction.
Culture of Respect at NASPA joined more than 70 organizations in urging lawmakers to take legislative action to prioritize, address, and eliminate sexual harassment in education.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), President Taylor Eighmy shared this message about UTSA’s efforts to address sexual violence with all faculty, staff and students.
After several years of research and analysis, Michigan State University today released an institution-wide strategic plan to address sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence and stalking issues that collectively will help foster a safer campus community.
This fifth cohort, comprised of 19 diverse institutions from across the United States, will build on what’s working, embrace what’s new, and navigate the changing tides of what’s next as they apply a system-based approach to ending campus sexual violence.
Goucher College has announced its membership to the NASPA Culture of Respect Collective, a two-year program.
In a time when so many students are living life off campus, how can colleges and universities still be part of the solution when it comes to addressing violence in their students’ lives? A joint blog post by Stephanie J. Hull, president and CEO, Girls, Inc. and Allison Tombros Korman.