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Five Things Student Affairs Professionals Should Know About Campus Gender-Based Violence

Health, Safety, and Well-being Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response Mid-Level
February 2, 2015 Nancy Chi Cantalupo Inclusion & Violence Prevention

Colleges and universities in the United States are facing an epidemic of gender-based violence and widespread allegations that they are responding inadequately to the problem. This 5 Things Brief seeks to address this problem with an examination of key terms every student affairs professional needs to know about gender-based violence as well as five things that they can do to address these issues on campus.

Written by NASPA's Associate Vice President for Equity, Inclusion & Violence Prevention Nancy Chi Cantalupo, this 5 Things is a useful guide for student affairs professionals at all levels in addressing gender-based violence on campus. Beginning with a review of the current legislative environment and followed by a breakdown of key terms, the brief provides a functional framework from which you can launch your own programs.

A NASPA Research and Policy Institute report.

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