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The issues of sexual assault and relationship violence impact students in a variety of ways. Some students may have experienced these crimes directly, while other students may have friends or loved ones who are victims.
Our mission is to support students who have experienced sexual assault or relationship abuse and to provide educational programming geared at prevention. University faculty and staff have a unique opportunity to address both of these efforts.
For UNLV Faculty
As leaders and mentors, faculty members may be approached by students who have experienced some form of abuse. We provide training for faculty about UNLV policies, the protocol for responding to victims of sexual assault and relationship violence, suggestions about how to support survivors, campus and community resources and referrals, and updates on programs and events for students.
As educators, there is a good chance that the dynamics and factors associated with sexism, abuse, and sexual assault fit somewhere within your departmental curriculums. Classroom presentations about sexual assault and relationship violence provide an opportunity to reach many students in a non-confrontational learning environment.
We believe it is necessary to bridge the gap between academics and student affairs to ensure the best possible setting for students' learning and personal growth.
Please email us at email@example.com if you are interested in integrating our education into your curriculum.
For UNLV Staff
We are available to provide programming and in-service workshops and training for professional staff. Education through the JNWC can be a good way to make sure that your staff is aware of these issues, and can identify signs of abuse or risky situations in their personal lives.
These tailored workshops can also help develop and enhance the skills needed to address these issues on campus and to support students, including important information about mandated reporting and critical time periods for collecting evidence and receiving treatment. We can provide training for professional staff about UNLV policies, the protocol for responding to victims of sexual assault and relationship violence, suggestions about how to support survivors, campus and community resources and referrals, and updates on programs and events for students.