The Title IX Office extensively collaborates with students and other University offices, such as the Safe Office, the Office of the Dean of Students, and Office of Wellbeing, to offer awareness campaigns and prevention programs that seek to promote positive and healthy behaviors that foster healthy, mutually respectful relationships, encourage safe bystander intervention, and seek to change behavior and social norms in healthy and safe directions. Please see the Professional Development Center website for information about upcoming sessions of Title IX programs
HAVEN ONLINE STUDENT COURSE
As part of our renewed efforts to prevent gender harassment, sexual assault and other forms of sexual misconduct, the University requires that incoming undergraduate freshmen students complete HAVEN, incoming undergraduate sophomores, juniors, and seniors complete an advanced version of HAVEN, and incoming graduate and professional school students complete HAVEN PLUS. HAVEN and HAVEN PLUS are online courses in which students learn to identify behaviors that constitute sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking; ways to prevent sexual misconduct through safe bystander intervention; the avenues that are available to report sexual misconduct; and the support resources available to those experiencing sexual misconduct as well to those who may be accused of such misconduct. Students will also be asked to complete a survey.
The online programs will take approximately one hour to complete and may be completed in segments.
Registration for this course is open. Check your inbox for registration information or contact Title IX Coordinator, Tanya Jachimiak at email@example.com or 336.758.7258 for additional information.
PREVENTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE
This workshop raises faculty and staff awareness about sexual and gender-based harassment in an effort to support a workplace culture of respect and ethical behavior. Participants will learn: what behaviors constitute unlawful sexual misconduct and create a hostile work and academic environment; the responsibilities of faculty and staff for responding to and reporting sexual misconduct; the avenues available to report sexual misconduct as well as to receive support; and the grievance procedures under the new Faculty and Staff Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy. Available upon request.
STOP, DROP, AND ROLL
This joint Safe Office and Title IX Office workshop will provide faculty and staff with information and skills to effectively respond to disclosures of sexual violence with care and confidence while also fulfilling mandated reporting requirements. Available upon request.
ENGAGING MEN IN PREVENTION OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE CONFERENCE
The Engaging Men in Prevention of Interpersonal Violence Conference is a quarter-day event for all members of the Wake Forest community, and focuses on: 1) increasing awareness of interpersonal violence, including sexual assault: 2) improving partnerships with men in our community; and 3) continuing to create safe spaces and interactions. This conference will take place on April 11, 2017, during the afternoon.
MANDATORY REPORTING: NOT A RUNAWAY TRAIN
Under Title IX and other laws, faculty and staff may be required to report disclosures of sexual assault, sexual abuse, other forms of sexual misconduct, as well as “Clery crimes.” This program provides faculty and staff with an overview of reporting obligations under law and University policies while stressing the University’s trauma informed approach to disclosures and reports of sexual misconduct. Available upon request.
RED FLAG CAMPAIGN
This Campaign is a project of the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, and is sponsored by the Administrative Office, the LGBTQ Center, the University Counseling Center, the Women’s Center, and the Intercultural Center on the Wake Forest University Campus. Its aim is to educate students on bystander intervention strategies to address and prevent sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking on college campuses.
TIE A YELLOW RIBBON WEEK
Each February, PREPARE conducts a campus-wide Sexual Assault Awareness Week called Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week. Yellow ribbons are worn to honor survivors of rape and sexual assault. This year’s Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week is February 13th-February 17th.
WORKSHOPS AND PROGRAMS BY REQUEST
The Title IX Office is available to provide workshops and programs upon request. Please contact Title IX Coordinator, Tanya Jachimiak at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-758-7258 for information and availability.