By Kevin Shollenberger, Vice Provost for Student Health & Well-Being and Interim Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Katrina Caldwell, Chief Diversity Officer, and Shanon Shumpert, Vice Provost, Office of Institutional Equity |
September 16, 2021
We will work as a community to address the impact of disturbing and racist acts, and ensure that those who experience physical or emotional attacks receive the help and support to continue their academic journey.
By Quinn Kenny, Intern, Nicole Brim, Intern, and Alyse Campbell, LMSW, Gender Violence Prevention and Education Coordinator |
August 25, 2021
The ‘Red Zone’ is a period of time (roughly back-to-school through Thanksgiving break) when a majority of sexual assault occurs on college campuses. This post explains why that is, how it’s different in Fall 2021, and what you can do about it.
Dr. Branville Bard Jr. has a stellar, decades-long track record as an effective, community-oriented law enforcement professional and as an outspoken and passionate advocate for social justice, racial equity, and police reform.