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Reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and discrimination on the basis of sex can be made to the Title IX Coordinator.
Lauren Hasselbacher, Title IX Coordinator (608) 890-3788 354 Bascom Hall [email protected] Dean of Students Office is designated to receive and respond to allegations of student misconduct, including sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or stalking.
But this perception of widespread deception may not match the reality of online dating, says Catalina Toma, a UW assistant professor of communications science who specializes in online self-presentation.
Toma studies how communication technologies such as online dating and social networking sites affect the ability of people to relate to and understand one another.
empowers students to make healthy decisions, intervene in difficult situations, and learn about resources available to victims on campus.
It also addresses barriers that students may face in seeking help after an assault or because of dating violence. These workshops will be facilitated by trained peer educators or staff and will provide you with the opportunity to engage in dialogue on the topics of healthy sexuality, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and how to support survivors. For more information including a calendar listing for the hundreds of options available, visit our first-year violence prevention webpage and scroll down to the "In-Person" link at the bottom of the page. Please contact us with questions, concerns, or comments.
Chimera self-defense classes are available for a small fee.
Campus Location: 608-265-6389 Community Office: 608-251-5126 24-Hour Crisis Line: 608-251-7273 Domestic Abuse Intervention Services is an off-campus community agency providing free and confidential services for survivors of dating/domestic violence, stalking, including emergency shelter, legal advocacy, community education, and support groups.
608-265-5600 (option 2) 333 East Campus Mall, Floor 7 edu 24-Hour Crisis Services: 608-265-5600 (option 9) Many students are sexually assaulted while intoxicated and are not sure exactly what happened or which resources they need.Upon receiving a report, Do SO will provide victims with written information, assistance, and referrals."Sexual assault concerns me deeply, not just as the leader of this university, but as the mother of a college sophomore.This effort is in response to the AAU Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct recommendations and student demand to further empower incoming students with information, skills, and empathy to help prevent sexual assault and dating violence U Got This!is a 60-minute, interactive violence prevention and policy disclosure program for UW-Madison undergraduate first-year and new transfer students. FAQ or email us at [email protected] Click here for complete info on U Got This! program, first-year and new transfer students must also attend a WIse workshop within their first semester on campus.