The Elimination of Campus Sexual Violence Act (Campus SaVE Act) — passed as part of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 — requires training that covers state law definitions of sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence for faculty and staff.
GRC is using the Bridges Training program (follow the link to access the training as often as you like) to cover this information in detail as well as explain consent and explore its many complexities in sexual assault cases.
This is an ongoing campus wide coordinated effort, and we were proud to see such a strong presence from various departments throughout the training so far. (Over the three days of training, over 150 employees successfully completed the training.)
As a reminder, our Title IX coordinators are:
- Student related concerns: Vice President of Student Affairs, Deborah Casey
- Faculty & Staff concerns: Vice President of Human Resources and Legal Affairs, Marshall Sampson
Additionally, the following individuals are our Confidential Counselors and are all located in the Student Affairs and Success Building:
- Liz Becker
- Devon Klein
- Min Lee Booth
Thank you again to everyone who made an effort to attend and complete the training! If you weren’t able to attend, please don’t worry as we will be sending out updates for new time slots in the coming months. Please keep in mind that this is mandatory training as well as an important topic.