Life University
Covenant College
Thomas University
Shorter University
Point Univ
Paine College
Young Harris
Wesleyan College
Point University
Toccoa Falls College
Spelman College
Thomas University
Truett-McConnell University
Shorter University
Reinhardt University
Piedmont College
Paine College
Morehouse College
Oglethorpe University
Mercer University
LaGrange College
Emmanuel College
Clark Atlanta University
Berry College
Andrew College
Agnes Scott College
Young Harris

Georgia Campus Health Prevention Coalition
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
9am – 5pm
Check-in begins at 8:30

Mercer University Macon
Mercer University Drive
Macon, GA 31207

Exact location, parking instructions, and directions will be sent to all registrants on November 28.

Survey of the variety of restorative applications for Sexual Violence / Gender Misconduct in higher education.

Training by Jasmyn Elise Story, MA, Assistant Director of the Project on Restorative Justice at Skidmore College

Topics include:

*       Theory of RJ for Title IX, evidence of effectiveness, and strategies of implementation

*       Case studies of restorative applications in prevention and student conduct administration

*       Community building in residential life, athletics, Greek life, and

student organizations, and restorative approaches to improving campus climate  (including bias incidents and rape culture).

*       Overview of restorative practices including restorative mentoring (one-on-one conversations), conferences, and circles.

Desired Training Outcomes: Provide an intriguing overview of Sexual Violence  and Gender Misconduct applications of Restorative Practices in Higher Education with a focus on Tier I (Community Building) prevention work.

Registration deadline:  Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Participation in the coalition is open to all staff and faculty at any institution of higher education in the state of Georgia who are involved with, or interested in, improving efforts to prevent sexual violence and make our campuses healthier and safer. We also welcome community partners who work with our campuses .  Students are welcome, too.

This coalition is being funded by the U.S. Office of Women's Health through a Strategic Policy and Prevention Programs grant. The goal of the project is to expand and improve prevention strategies at Georgia's diverse campus environments through the implementation of policies and programs that are sustainable, evidence-based or evidence-informed. Since the start-up funding for the Coalition is grant-funded, the primary emphasis of the Coalition's work will be sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment.