Tag: sexual assault

It’s On Us

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It’s on (all of us) to stop sexual assault. UW-Green Bay’s Health Educator on Sexual Violence Prevention Dana Stueber, Mike Schmitt of ATS, Residence Life, Chancellor Miller, and many students and staff members helped create a video that begins the campus dialogue regarding this national initiative. It is part of sexual violence prevention training coming […]

Sexual assault complaint sparks federal investigation at UW-Madison

The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights said Wednesday that UW-Madison is under review for possibly violating Title IX. The complaint is reportedly related to an alleged incident that took place last May during the Mifflin Street Block Party. As of Wednesday there are 101 post-secondary institutions in the United States under investigation by […]

News coverage: University to participate in sexual assault survey

Dean of Students Brenda Amenson-Hill and Student Government Association President Vanya Koepke talked about proactive approaches to addressing the issue of sexual assault for a story that aired Friday (Jan. 23) on WBAY, Channel 2. UW-Green Bay volunteered to be one of 14 schools nationwide that will participate in a Department of Justice-commissioned survey on […]

Reminder: Sexual assault reporting requirements

With a new semester starting, the Dean of Students Office is issuing the following reminder to the campus community: All employees are required by law to report knowledge of sexual assaults on campus. The goal is to address the needs of students. By gathering information we will know the extent of sexual assaults and provide […]

Our bad: ‘If asking is sexy, why is telling taboo?’ is open to all

That program presented by the Campus Life Healthy Choices Task Force along with the Sexual Assault Center is open not only to students but faculty and staff interested in the larger issue of healthy relationships and the availability of campus resources if a relationship becomes unhealthy. “If Asking is Sexy, Why is Telling Taboo? What […]

If asking is sexy, why is telling taboo?

The Campus Life Healthy Choices Task Force along with the Sexual Assault Center invites students to a discussion which explores what healthy relationships look like and the barriers to seeking resources on our campus and in the community if a relationship becomes unhealthy. “If Asking is Sexy, Why is Telling Taboo? What do you think?” […]