Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response Announcements


Author
Naddia Palacios, SRVPER KC Conference Coordinator

Published
September 21, 2017


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.

If you are a NASPA member and are interested in joining the SRVPER KC:

  • Log in to your NASPA Account
  • Click on My NASPA- Edit Profile (top right corner)
  • Scroll to NASPA Engagement Details- Knowledge Communities- click on box and find: Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention, Education & Response.
  • Save your profile

If you are planning to present at the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference and would like the SRVPER KC to sponsor your program:

  • Make sure to do so before September 1, 2017
  • Remember to select- Constituent Group Sponsored Sessions- Knowledge Community Sponsorship for Program Type.
  • For more information on the submission guidelines, click here.

If you would like to connect with colleagues and the SRVPER KC during the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference:

  • Look for meeting times and locations in the conference schedule. We will be hosting two gatherings/meetings.
  • Join our KC to get updates via email.

For more information about the KC, feel free to email our Chair, Connie Adams at [email protected].

Best,

Naddia Palacios

SRVPER KC Conference Coordinator


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