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UNM DON SA/SH Discussion 2020 : DON and UNM Regional Discussion on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault


When Feb 6, 2020 - Feb 6, 2020
Where Albuquerque, NM
Submission Deadline Jan 8, 2020
Categories    sexual assault   sexual harassment   prevention   university

Call For Papers

The Department of the Navy and The University of New Mexico are pleased to announce A Regional Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America’s Colleges, Universities and Service Academies: Achieving Cultural Change Through Data and An Evaluation Mindset, set for February 6, 2020. The joint conference will be held in the Student Union Building (SUB), The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Academic studies related to the prevention of sexual assault and sexual harassment are sought to participate in a poster session during this event.

The purpose of the event is to sustain the conversation following the successful National Discussion and The State University of New York Regional Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America's Colleges, Universities, and Service Academies, hosted at the United States Naval Academy in April and September 2019. Leading into 2020, this regional discussion demonstrates our shared commitment to eliminating sexual assault and sexual harassment from our institutions.

The intended audience for these sessions include College and University Presidents, Chancellors, and Provosts, Vice Presidents for Student Affairs, Directors of college/university/service academy sexual violence programs, Title IX coordinators, Service sexual assault and sexual harassment program managers, Senior Military Leaders and Service Academy Superintendents. Planning is ongoing for additional discussions in other regions of the country.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

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