Feb 20, 2018: Skills for Working with Students Engaged in the Sexual Misconduct Process

28 February 2018

In this session, we will talk about how to support students who have reported sexual misconduct to you or who are involved in the sexual misconduct process. We will look at several case studies and share ideas about how to interact with students around these issues, what students might need from you as an adviser or mentor, and what our obligations are to accommodate students involved in a process. The focus will be on skill building and idea generation rather than on compliance. We will also share information about trauma and how it may affect a student’s ability to keep up with the demands of student life.

Mary Dunnewold, Title IX Deputy for Faculty and Staff

Laura Riehle-Merrill, Title IX Coordinator Laura Haave, Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center

Marit Lysne, Director of Student Health and Counseling

Skills For Working With Students Engaged In The Sexual Misconduct Process – LTC