What’s Title IX Got To Do With Me? The Session that Answers This Question For ALL Employees.
Sandra E. Hodgin,Jennifer Mayhew
Wednesday, January 16th 2019
Have you been concerned about what to do if you hear about or witness possible sexual harassment or the many forms of sexual discrimination, which includes athletics equity and sexual violence? Are you not clear as to your responsibility of where or when to report a concern, what will take place, and if you have other options… such as confidential resources? This session will provide you an understanding of the OEO processes on campus, a history of Title IX, an overview of court case decisions that have resulted in millions of dollars lost by institutions, and why Tile IX is a critical policy on all campuses across the US. Be prepared to share in this safe space to learn more about this hot-button issue from a policy and compliance perspective!
Goals and Target Audience:
The goal of this session is to increase employee (i.e., staff and faculty) understanding of the history of Title IX, what Title IX means, what options employees have, and why it has become such an important topic for campuses nationally. The target audience are ALL employees that work, supervise, and interact with other employees, and/or ALL employees that work, supervise, and interact with CSU students.