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And, we are the one of the few places on campus not required by Title IX or the Clery Act to report ANY information regarding an incident of interpersonal violence.We’re open 8-5 M- F and always have a counselor on-call in case of emergencies.Originally from Peru, Pierre immigrated to the United States with his family in 1998 and remained an undocumented immigrant for 14 years until he received DACA in 2012.Prior to Casa de Esperanza, Pierre worked for Renewal House, a domestic violence shelter in Boston, Mass as the Restorative Justice Advocate, and served as the Director of Media Relations for the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition.-am Breakfast/check-in -am Welcome: Juliette Grimmett, Chrysalis Network; Melissa Babb, NC State University Counseling Center; Chancellor Randy Woodson, NC State University -am Networking Activity -am KEYNOTE: Fatima Goss Graves, National Women’s Law Center | Viginia Duplessis, Futures Without Violence; LB Klein, UNC-CH; Marc A.Grimmett, NC State University; Zachary Ahmad-Kahloon, UNH; and Drew Rizzo, UNH -pm Lunch -pm Breakout V -pm Performance: • Beyond “Alcohol is a Predatory Drug:” The Intersection of Alcohol and Sexual Assault • Beat the Blame Game • Identifying & Tackling Reporting Challenges to Empower & Incentivize Student “Responsible Employees • IPV-Free Campus: Changing the Climate to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence • Male Victims of Sexual Violence: Deconstructing Myths and Creating a Community of Healing • Addressing Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence in Campus Health Settings: Using an evidence-informed clinical intervention to promote prevention, support survivors, and change campus culture • Great Sex? • Let them lead the way: A model for developing student leadership • Supporting Students of Color in Sexual Misconduct Investigations • Using What We Know about Offenders to Prevent the Perpetration of Sexual Violence • Beyond the Finding: How Collaboration and Trauma-Informed responses lead to healthier campus climates • CREATING OPTIMIZING PRACTICES for ENDURANCE (COPE) A Stress Reduction Program for College Students • e NOugh: A Dating Violence Awareness Campaign Model in the Works • Masculinity 101: A Peer Education Approach to Engaging Men • Queering Trauma Informed Services: Working with Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Survivors of Sexual Assault • Don’t Blame it on the Alcohol: Working with bars to end alcohol-facilitated sexual assault • Legal Requirements for a Title IX Disciplinary Process: Achieving Compliance in a Shifting Regulatory Environment • The Myth of the Slut: How Sexual Double Standards Lead to Violence Against Women • The Revolution will be Intersectional: Practical Ways to Truly Work towards Building Intersectional Services and Programs • Blurred Lines: Student Led Discussions on Rape Culture in the Black Community at Historically White Institutions • Institutionalizing a Culture of Consent and Comprehensive Sexual Assault Prevention Programming • ONE Community: Using Community Partnerships to Empower Survivors of Sexual Assault and IPV on Community College Campuses • University Employees’ Role in Responding to Survivor Disclosures: Policies & Promising Practices Brittani Nicole Fults, Education, Prevention & Outreach Coordinator and Velma Buckner, Coordinator at the Black Cultural Center CREATING OPTIMIZING PRACTICES for ENDURANCE (COPE) A Stress Reduction Program for College Students : Dezette Johnson, Associate Professor of Social Work and Lasonya Townsend, Assistant Professor of Social Work Don’t Blame it on the Alcohol: Working with Bars to End Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault Zachary Ahmad-Kahloon is the Male Victim Program Coordinator and Educator at the Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH).We are here to support any and all students impacted by interpersonal violence.

This year’s conference strives to re-commit us to this work, remind us that this work is vital for the health and success of our campus communities whether there are regulations in place or not, and provide participants with tangible strategies and effective approaches to campus advocacy, prevention, and investigations.offers individual, group, and couples therapy, psychiatric services, as well as academic and career counseling.We also provide outreach and consult with faculty, staff and students who are concerned about students in distress.Due to many requests, we have decided to extend regular registration through Sunday November 26, 2017.Late registration rates will not begin until Monday November 27th.

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