Celebrating 50 years of Title IX
Fifty years ago, Congress passed Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. Many associate this as being the most significant step forward toward equity in athletics, but the passage of Title IX did much more than that.
TIP: What Does Your Search Committee Need to Know?
Learn about best practices for university search committees.
New Online ADA Training Module for Employees
The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity announces a new online ADA training module for employees.
New Online ADA Training Module for Event Planners
A new online training module for event coordinators is specifically for faculty and staff who specialize or work in event planning.
New Online ADA Modules for Supervisors, How-To Videos
A new online training module provides a virtual alternative for faculty and staff to attend the Americans with Disabilities Act Training for Supervisors.
What is the Behavior Assessment Team?
Tina Nelson-Moss, director of the Department of Risk Assessment, discusses the roles of the Behavior Assessment Team and Violence Prevention and Threat Management on campus.
We Are Here to Help If You Need Us
We'd like to remind our readers how any member of the campus community can get help for different types of incidents.
Ever Been on a Virtual Accessibility Excursion?
Join us this April as we host the 2021 (Virtual) Accessibility Excursion to raise awareness about campus accessibility.
Making Women’s Herstory Month more Inclusive of Trans People
President Biden has signed an executive order that removes prohibitions against trans students from competing in sports that match their gender identity.
Training Rollout for Responsible Employees and Designated Officials
On May 6, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education released new regulations governing campus sexual assault under Title IX. Training has been rolled out for Designated Officials and Responsible Employees.