Looming in the background of America’s devastating opioid epidemic is what many experts believe to be a hidden crisis, one which has the potential to impact greater numbers of college students than misuse and abuse of opiates.
If you’re responsible for addressing workplace harassment and/or discrimination, or guiding your organization’s diversity, equity, or inclusion efforts, we’ve got a sizzler recommendation that absolutely MUST make it into your beach bag. It’s got drama, urgency, a compelling series of must-have insights and (for those ready to make the investment) the promise of a rewarding ending. Ready for it? It’s the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine’s newly-released publication, Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Later this summer, EVERFI will debut our newest online offering: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Students. This program is the product of years of research, data, and requests from partner institutions who have put faith in our ability to educate on some of the most challenging topics facing today’s college communities.
When it comes to reporting, only a small percentage of students who experience sexual violence are actually accounted for in an institution’s annual security report (ASR). The ASR is generally referred to as the Clery Report, after the Jeanne Clery Act, which requires colleges and universities that receive federal funding to publish yearly data about designated crimes on campus, including forcible and non-forcible sexual offenses.