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.
Colleges and universities that participated in a new program are making big strides in preventing and responding to sexual violence on campus, according to a new report. The Collective is the signature program from Culture of Respect, a NASPA initiative, and the report is an evaluation of the program’s successful first two years.
This is what a Culture of Respect looks like. Wake Forest University, a Collective Cohort 1 school, under the leadership of Culture of Respect Advisory Board member Penny Rue, is ensuring students have a seat at the head of the table when it comes to Title IX implementation.
Earlier this month, Culture of Respect’s Jennifer Henkle spoke with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism about the new Title IX rule issued by the Department of Education; listen here.
Each year, hundreds of student affairs professionals focused in the areas of sexual violence prevention, education, and response; mental health; well-being and health promotion leadership; and alcohol and other drug and violence prevention gather together at the NASPA Strategies Conferences to educate, learn, and connect with and from one another across the fields. This past January, multiple […]