Culture of Respect Collective: How and Why to Get Your Institution Involved

with Sarice Greenstein, Allison Tombros Korman

October 03, 2017 at 2:00 PM EDT

About This Course

Culture of Respect helps colleges and universities strengthen their sexual assault prevention and response efforts. Applications are now being accepted for the Culture of Respect Collective, a campus mobilization program that guides institutional stakeholders through a step-by-step strategic assessment and planning process to improve efforts to address sexual violence. Currently supporting a cohort of 50+ institutions across the country, the Collective offers: an established framework for making systemic change; accountability for ensuring change happens; and opportunities to demonstrate institutional commitment to the issue and to be part of a movement of schools working together to address sexual violence.

The webinar will feature an overview by Culture of Respect staff Allison Tombros Korman and Sarice Greenstein, and discussion by Allan Ford, Northeastern State University and Katie Schmalzel, Colorado School of Mines about their participation in the Collective. Please join us to learn about our comprehensive, holistic programmatic approach, initial data from participating institutions, and how your institution can become part of this exciting initiative. 

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