Submission Deadline March 3, 2017
The Rocky Mountain Campus Safety Summit is a regional and affordable two-day workshop for college and university administrators, faculty, staff and students interested in improving their campus efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. The summit is designed for key college personnel including: Title IX officers, college/university legal representatives, public safety officers, residential life and student affairs personnel, athletic directors, women’s center staff, student leaders, health and counseling professionals and other campus and community representatives interested in campus safety.
We are calling for proposal submissions focusing on the prevention of and response to gender-based violence on college campuses. Potential sessions may focus on gender-based violence as it relates to university policies and procedures, prevention programming, engaging college men, victim services & coordinated response, off-campus partnerships, and campus climate assessments, and other related topics.
To submit a proposal, include:
- Presenter Information (Name, Title, Institution/Organization, Phone, Email)
- Working Title
- Short Description (3-6 sentences)
- Participant track (beginner, intermediate or advanced)
- Session format (presentation, panel, round table, etc.)
- What campus entities will most benefit from this session? (campus police, student affairs, students, etc.)
Please send all proposals to [email protected] by March 3, 2017. We will notify you on the status of your submission by March 10, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact summit coordinator Tiffani Clark at [email protected].