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Sexual Violence on Campus: Implementing a Climate Survey and Follow-up Action Plan

Monday, August 8, 2016 12:00PM ET

Overview

As administrators continue to develop institution-specific programs to address sexual assault on college campuses, many have considered launching “campus climate surveys” to better understand the scope of the issues and assist with education, training, and student services. In 2014, Rutgers University was invited by the White House to pilot a sample survey made available by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. The survey collected 23,000 students responses, after being revised and tested at nine colleges and universities (including public, private and community colleges). Join experts from Rutgers University and the U.S. Department of Justice, who will share the results of a final technical report of the survey, discuss best practices, and discuss how colleges and universities can utilize this free resource to develop their own institution-specific campus climate survey. Speakers will also discuss how to use the results to develop a follow-up action plan to improve campus sexual assault prevention and response efforts.
Additional Resources 
  • Rutgers Lessons Learned Guide
  • Rugers Lessons Learned Resource List
  • Listen to the NACUBO In Brief podcast episode on listening for aggression online 
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  • Learning Objectives

    After participating in this program, you will be able to:
    • Demonstrate an understanding of how self-reported data about rape and sexual assault can shed light on the campus environment and identify policies and practices that might decrease the prevalence of sexual assault.
    • Recognize the challenges in developing a representative campus climate survey that achieves a high response rate and minimizes bias.
    • Implement best practices to ensure campus climate survey validity.
    • Develop tools and techniques to translate the data generated by a survey into improving prevention and response efforts to reports of sexual assault and to enhance educational outreach programs.

    Meet the Presenters  

    • Sarah McMahon, assistant professor, associate director, Center on Violence Against Women and Children, Rutgers University
    • Allison Randall, chief of staff, Office of Violence Against Women, Department of Justice
    • Liz Clark, director, federal affairs, NACUBO

    Who Should Participate

    • Chief business/finance officers
    • Chief diversity officers
    • Directors of student affairs
    • Chief human resource officers
    • Campus safety officers
    • Chief diversity officers
    • Risk managers
    • Title IX coordinators

    Course Information 

    • Course length: 50 minutes

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