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The Office of the Provost’s Sexual Misconduct Advisory Board is a group of students that meets monthly in order to serve as a liaison between...
Sexual misconduct awareness and prevention training is required annually for all students, faculty, other academic appointees, staff, and...
Resources for Sexual Violence Prevention will be hosting Sexual Assault Awareness Month Events throughout April. Please join us! Now in its 25th...
Please join us Wednesday, April 19th, 12-1pm CDT for a faculty talk in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Professor Martha Nussbaum will...
The Department of Education recently proposed new Title IX regulations that would significantly impact how universities (including UChicago) address...
The University recently launched the Center for Awareness, Resolution, Education, and Support (UChicago CARES), which will enhance efforts and...
In-Person Sexual Misconduct Prevention Training for Employees
February 7th, 2024
All employees are required to complete annual Sexual Misconduct Prevention training. Training is primarily provided as online modules within Workday. Employees are welcome to attend one of the live in-person sessions below to fulfill the training requirement in lieu of completing the training modules within Workday.
Wednesday February 7th | 1 PM – 4 PM Register here
*Please note the session previously scheduled for Thursday, January 25th has been cancelled due to low attendance. If you were previously registered and would like to attend the February session, please register above.
Restorative Practices Facilitator Training
August 10th & August 17th, 2022
UChicago Cares is hosting a restorative practices facilitated training focusing on how to utilize circles to deepen community building; the key elements of circle, and how to structure and create meaningful engagement in circle.