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Best Practices To Respond to Sexual Assault on College and University Campuses

Date: April 10, 2024Length: 1.25 hours

Summary:

Sexual assault on college and university campuses is a pervasive problem that often goes unreported. It includes any unwanted sexual activity, from unwanted touching to rape. Alcohol and drugs often play a role in sexual assault on campuses. How can we effectively and compassionately respond to sexual assault on college and university campuses that is victim-centered and trauma-informed?

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Cyberstalking and Cyberbullying Among Teens

Date: February 14, 2024Length: 1.25 hours

Summary:

Cyberstalking involves repeated use of technology to contact and harass someone else, causing them to fear for their safety. Cyberstalking is a form of cyberbullying which occurs when someone uses technology to demean, inflict harm, or cause pain to another person through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices. Both are common among teens. What is the impact of cyberstalking and cyberbullying on teens? What can teachers and schools do to prevent or reduce their incidence? How do you report cyberstalking and cyberbullying? What laws are in place to protect teens?

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