Get Title IX training for your study abroad administrators and president.
Expand your institution’s Title IX knowledge with these two trainings for special populations within your organization. This two-part series delves into the role of the University President in Title IX investigations as well as how Title IX affects study abroad trips. This resource is perfect for Title IX professionals responsible for training others on their campus.
Title IX and Study Abroad with Bev Baligad | September 20, 2017 Gain critical insight into how Title IX affects study abroad trips. This webcast will provide you with actionable items and training for you to implement on campus as you plan for upcoming study abroad programs. When you are getting ready to launch new or existing study abroad programs, use this information to make sure your staff and students are protected under Title IX.
Title IX for Presidents with Bev Baligad and Rabia Khan Harvey | September 27, 2017 Learn your role in Title IX compliance and investigations as a leader on campus to avoid costly OCR investigations, lawsuits, and even resignation. This program was designed with special attention paid to where and how presidents, provosts, and other leaders on campus need to be involved in Title IX. You will have the opportunity to ask questions anonymously to get feedback that pertains to your institutional context.
Register for one or both webcasts. Save $105 when you register for both.
Title IX administrators will find these trainings extremely useful for their own knowledge and for teaching others. Each of these programs is designed as a primer in Title IX for both study abroad administrators as well as university leadership. Title IX administrators are encouraged to use these programs as training modules for their colleagues. If you need to train your entire campus, we recommend including a recording of the training with your purchase so you can continue to use the content as you need it.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to help study abroad students, faculty, and staff handle Title IX issues more effectively.
After participating in this online training, you will be able to help executive leadership handle Title IX issues more effectively.
Bev received her law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D., 2003) in Lansing and remains a licensed attorney in Michigan. Previously, she was employed at a large, urban public commuter campus (20,000+). Since 2005, she has worked in various areas in higher education, including but not limited to: Labor Relations, Executive Assistant to the President, Adjunct Faculty, Director of Compliance and Title IX Coordinator. She has extensive experience in the development and implementation of all aspects of the Title IX processes (training, investigations, programming, process reviews, and case management). She has been a consultant and trained (face to face and webinar formats) institutions across the nation in the areas of Title IX, Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), Clery Act, ADA/Section 504, FERPA, EDGAR Part 86, Student Conduct, Due Process and First Amendment. She served as the Michigan State Coordinator (2009-2013) for the Association of Student Conduct Administrators (ASCA), a nationally known organization dedicated to student conduct issues, and is a current member of the Michigan State Bar, the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) and currently serves on the 2016-2017 NACUA Notes Editorial Board.
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Rabia obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Elmhurst College and is a double-alum of Loyola University Chicago with a Master’s in both Higher Education and Human Resources. She has over fifteen years of professional experience in Student Affairs. Rabia has worked closely with Title IX experts to establish new, model Title IX reporting protocols and internal investigation procedures at Loyola and has managed over 300 gender-based misconduct reports and provided oversight to over 40 investigations. At Loyola, Rabia coordinated annual and monthly trauma-informed training for two dozen Title IX investigators and hearing board officers and coordinated ongoing training for Responsible Employees regarding their duty to notify incidents of gender-based violence. As of October 10, 2016, Rabia began her new role as the Director of Equity Issues and Title IX Coordinator at Columbia College Chicago where she has the primary responsibility to prevent and investigate discrimination of all protected classes, including sex and gender under Title IX.
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