Ending Rape on College Campuses: What Works? (EDU918C)

Presented By: Mary Louise Collins , B.A., M.A., ABD Ph.D.,
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Webinar
  • 60 minutes
  • Tue, September 25, 2018
Event Description

Learn from Evidence-based Programs How to Best Respond to Rape & Sexual Misconducts on Your Campus

Sexual assault on college campuses is an ongoing problem and has become widely-recognized, with an ever-growing number of media reports and outcry from advocacy groups. Colleges and universities are under tremendous scrutiny for their actions to prevent rape and sexual assault on their campuses. How can your institution take active steps toward stopping sexual assault and misconduct? What kinds of policies, procedures, and strategies are actually working on college campuses?

Find out in this information-packed webinar by sexual assault prevention and education expert Mary Louise Collins, BA, MA, ABD PhD. Discover the practical strategies that college campuses have employed in the last four years to prevent rape and sexual assault, and their varied success. Learn policies and practices to respond to real-life situations, crafted from surveys of more than 150,000 students. Review the data and analyses from several surveys and a variety of rape and sexual assault prevention programs to clarify what policies and practices work in which situations.

After attending this instructive session, you will feel confident that you know the best ways to end rape on your college campus. You will understand evidence-based programs to respond to the sexual assault crisis on college campuses. You’ll walk away with the knowledge and confidence you need to explore these evidence-based options for your college campus. Plus, you’ll be armed with the tools to effectively analyze your college’s particular situation and develop a specific campus ecosystem that diminishes sexual assaults and misconduct.

Session Highlights

This program will teach you how to:

  • Break down the data from the 2015 student survey on attitudes and experiences regarding sexual assault on campuses.
  • Discover the practices and policies that 55 different institutions have adopted – and their varying degrees of success.
  • Employ bystander intervention programs to make your own sexual assault prevention program more effective.
  • Work with outside agencies such as hospitals to improve student assistance.
  • Remove barriers to reporting sexual assault so your students don’t suffer in silence.
  • Examine case studies of specific colleges and their prevention programs.
  • Track and measure the success of your policies and practices.

Who Should Attend

  • Deans and Assistant Deans of Student Affairs
  • Residence Life Directors
  • Title IX Administrators
  • Resident Assistants
  • Anyone else involved with designing, implementing, or executing sexual assault prevention policies and practices

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About Our Speaker(s)

Mary Louise Collins B.A., M.A., ABD Ph.D.,
Mary Louise Collins, B.A., M.A., ABD Ph.D., has been teaching adolescents and young adults for over 25 years. While her academic expertise is in the humanities, she has recognized and developed a broader curriculum designed to support the social development of her students. She has taught in secondary schools and unive... More info