If you would like to schedule an in-person or virtual training for your class, office, RSO, or department, please visit our Take Time for Title IX page or reach out to Stacy Galbo, Assistant Dean for Student Conduct/Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Investigator, at email@example.com. Examples of previous training topics include bystander intervention, Title IX basics, survivor support, consent and healthy relationships, neurobiology of trauma, rape culture, and more.
Monday, August 28 from 3-4 p.m. in Doc Bryan 180
Come enjoy some snacks, coffee, and tea while we discuss your rights under Title IX and common misconceptions.
Tuesday, August 30 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Chambers Cafeteria hallway
Stop by our table to grab some freebies and learn m ore about Title IX, consent, and boundaries.
Tuesday, August 30 from 4-5 p.m. in Rothwell 138
Join ATU Title IX and local advocates from the Ozark Rape Crisis Center to learn about how to support the survivors of sexual and relationship violence in your life.
Tuesday, September 5 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Hindsman Bell Tower
Stop by the Campus Safety Awareness Month Kickoff and Resource Fair to connect with campus and community resources.
As a result of Title IX Education and Outreach Efforts, students will:
Gain knowledge and understanding of how to navigate instances of harassment (sexual misconduct).
Recognize that the Title IX Office is committed to fostering campus cultures of respect free from gender-based discrimination.
Become empowered to safely intervene when problematic behavior is observed.
The Title IX Office is responsible for providing educational training programs to assist members of the University community in understanding discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, and how to address behaviors that violate University policy. More information about the University's Equal Opportunity, Harassment (Sexual Misconduct), and Nondiscrimination Policy can be found here.