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How to Conduct a Thorough Title IX Investigation

by Julie Boggs

Two Title IX coordinators from Rosemont College share the steps they take when investigating Title IX claims on campus, from assessing a report to notifying the individual(s) involved to conducting interviews and more.

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12 Great Reads of 2016

by Missy Kline

CUPA-HR’s The Higher Education Workplace magazine and Higher Ed Workplace blog are full of articles and stories highlighting new and innovative ways to do HR (from institutions and organizations who have been there, done that). In case you missed them (we know it was a busy year!), here are some highlights from the magazine and the blog from the past year.

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Traits and Training for Title IX Investigators

by Julie Boggs

Two Title IX coordinators from Rosemont College in Pennsylvania share their outline for training Title IX investigators and conducting investigations on campus. Read on for some successful practices you can use on your campus.

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Best Practices in Training and Compliance Around Title IX

by Missy Kline

light bulbs-300Increasing reports of sexual violence on college campuses across the nation have brought the subject out of the shadows and into the light. What actions can colleges and universities take to curb sexual violence on campus and help create a safe, respectful, collegiate learning and teaching environment?

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What to Expect When the OCR Investigates

by Brittany Hubbard

The last thing Karen Briggs, associate vice president and chief human resources officer at San Diego University, expected the institution to receive was an investigation notice from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR). Yet, that’s exactly what happened last spring. At the CUPA-HR Annual Conference and Expo 2015, Briggs shared her insight into OCR investigations, how the university has tackled the monumental task and what other institutions should expect were they to be subject to an investigation.

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Changes to Clery Act Require More Reporting, Increased Training Around Sexual Violence on Campus

by Missy Kline

Stop CrimeOn October 20, the U.S. Department of Education published the final regulations for the Violence Against Women Act amendments to the Clery Act. The regulations, which go into effect on July 1, 2015, expand the rights afforded to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Institutions should be preparing now for the new reporting and training requirements mandated by the law.

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