The staff of the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention and Title IX Support and of the Office of Student Wellbeing can provide a training for your small group or department to help you and your staff understand your role as a responsible employees in supporting students.
Title IX: What You Need To Know To Support Students
Learn about the history of Title IX, Clery, and VAWA on campus, what that means for your job, and what resources are available on and off campus. A panel of campus experts will be on hand to address your questions.
Time: 45 min - 1 hour
You can request this training or sign up to attend a panel, offered on the second Friday of every month from 2-3 pm in the Wellbeing and Counseling Center.
Project CARE: Community Awareness and Response Education
Like the student-focused Project SAFE workshops, this one starts by covering the dynamics of sexual violence and how it happens on college campuses. Participants will engage in a conversation about campus culture and the myths and facts of sexual violence, and will learn practical strategies they can use to support students through discussion and role-plays.
Time: 1-2 hours
You can request this training or sign up for one, offered on the third Friday of every month from 2-3 pm in the Wellbeing and Counseling Center.
Sometimes we need to put our heads together and get creative - maybe a group of students approached you with an idea for a program, or you want to start a discussion in your class about the climate on campus. Rice supports student and staff efforts to openly discuss sexual and relationship violence and engage in creative prevention efforts. The staff of the Office of Sexual Violence Prevention and Title IX Support are available to speak with you or your students over the phone or in-person to provide support, feedback, or to problem-solve.
Call us at x. 3311/ 713-348-3311 or email us to talk.