Students at Purdue call for the removal of two administrators for perceived mishandling of a 2017 sexual assault case.
SARP specialist Jules Arthur-Grable explains that former coordinator is still maintaining duties until permanent replacement is hired.
While women are not precluded from joining the on-court management program, they are discouraged from applying — being directed instead to back-office work
Legal structures like the Clery Act require universities to report crimes to the campus community. A Timely Warning may offer an entrance into the ongoing conversation of sexual violence in our community, but the Butler community shouldn’t let it end there.
Applications to join the Sexual Misconduct Prevention Task Force are being accepted from now until April 19. The task force hopes to include a diverse staff in order to reach and represent all groups on campus.
Maria Kanger arrived s in June amidst changes to Butler’s Division of Student Affairs. After the departure of former Title IX coordinator Jamie Brennan in May, Kanger stepped in to take on the role of addressing sexual misconduct in the Butler community.
In a lawsuit filed against the school, a former Butler student athlete is alleging that the University’s negligence led to her sexual assault in December 2016.
Jamie Brennan started as Butler University’s Title IX coordinator Aug. 28. Formerly the deputy Title IX coordinator and investigator at Northeastern University for three years, she focused on education, training and investigations. In a Q&A with the Butler Collegian, she discusses changes she has made with the administration content management system, forms and general policy.
The Jan. 29 Indy Star article about a mishandled Butler student sexual assault case sparked conversation about how the University is educating and informing students through prevention programs.
A past Butler University student filed a civil rights complaint after she claims the university did not inform her of her options following her case of sexual assault. Members of the Butler community respond after the story broke in the Indianapolis Star on Jan. 29.