Colleges and universities are under the scrutiny of governmental agencies, community organizations, parents and students as it relates to sexual harassment and sexual violence. Although, Title IX is specific to educational institutions, sexual harassment and other forms of harassment are issues that impact every profession. There have been several national movements that have developed as a result of issues related to sexual harassment, racial discrimination and gender identity harassment and discrimination. Thus, this program will provide participants with information on the do’s and don’t’s in a professional setting as it relates to civil treatment.Participants will be encouraged to do their share in building a professional, respectful and productive workplace environment free of harassment and retaliation.
March 28, 2018 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location: 203 Watt Family Innovation Center
She is currently serving as Executive Director for Equity Compliance/Title IX Coordinator in the Access and Equity.
Alesia A. Smith received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and a Master’s in Political Science with an emphasis in Public Administration from Illinois State University in Normal, IL.
There is currently no evaluation for this event.