Fall 2022 events


If you would like to schedule an in-person or virtual training for your class, office, RSO, or department, please reach out to Stacy Galbo, Assistant Dean for Student Conduct/Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Investigator, at Examples of previous training topics include bystander intervention, Title IX basics, survivor support, consent and healthy relationships, neurobiology of trauma, rape culture, and more.


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.


As a result of Title IX Education and Outreach Efforts, students will:

  1. Gain knowledge and understanding of how to navigate instances of harassment (sexual misconduct).

  2. Recognize that the Title IX Office is committed to fostering campus cultures of respect free from gender-based discrimination.

  3. Become empowered to safely intervene when problematic behavior is observed.

Training and education are fundamental to maintaining an environment free from discriminatory harassment and retaliation. The Title IX Office maintains information that explains in simple, understandable terms the University’s policies and procedures concerning discrimination, harassment, and retaliation and will maintain copies of the brochures in the Title IX Office and at other offices where persons are likely to seek counseling and advice regarding discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.

Managers, supervisors, faculty, deans, directors, and department heads are responsible for informing employees who are under their direction or supervision of the University's policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.

More information about the University's Equal Opportunity, Harassment (Sexual Misconduct), and Nondiscrimination Policy can be found here.