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Brian Marquis, NIDA provides a guide for spring programming.
In these challenging times of shifting federal guidance and limited resources and capacity, how can your institution become a leader in addressing sexual violence?
This week the Adult Learners and Students with Children Knowledge Community discusses Student Activities in our Quarterly Open Call.
No matter your position, title, or area of expertise, as a student affairs professional there are a myriad of ways you can – and should – engage in public policy conversations for the benefit of you, your students, and your institution. While advocacy in public policy can seem like a tricky topic, in this post NASPA Director of Policy Research and Advocacy, Teri Lyn Hinds, will lay out some key terms and specific examples of how both individuals and institutions can engage in advocacy.
The NASPA Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention, Education & Response Knowledge Community (SRVPER KC) provides a space for a wide range of Student Affairs professionals whose work involves working on dating/domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault on campus. The knowledge community provides members with opportunities to provide one another support and to learn from others who are working with survivors and respondents on campus. NASPA has contributed significant resources to addressing issues of interpersonal violence on campus and within the field of Student Affairs. This knowledge community is an extension of that support and an acknowledgement of the need for specialized knowledge development and sharing of best practices on these topics.