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Title IX Turmoil: Initial Analysis and Next Steps After the Withdrawal of the 2011 DCL

Health, Safety, and Well-being Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response
Wanda Swan

The September 22, 2017 announcement by the Department of Education to rescind the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter and 2014 Questions and Answers guidance has left many campuses with a lot of information to digest. Join NASPA for a panel about what specific changes were included in the new Dear Colleague Letter and Questions and Answers document, as well as what steps student affairs professionals can take to support students through this turbulent time. 

Panelists:

  • Tanya Jachimiak, Title IX Coordinator, Wake Forest University
  • Lawrence Ward, Vice President for Student Affairs and the Dean of Students, Babson College
  • Wanda Swan, Director for the Respect Program, Emory University
  • Jill Creighton, President, Board of Directors, Association for Student Conduct Administration

We are pleased to co-sponsor this conversation with the Association for Student Conduct Administration.

Cost
0
Course Length
60
Course Type
Live Briefing

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