Stephen F. Austin State University

Report
MORE THAN ‘NO MEANS NO’
…BUT IS THAT ALL YOU
KNOW?
A progressive
plan for
addressing
sexual
misconduct on
campus.
Ryan Brinkman, Kathryn Howell, and
Jordan LaCaille
Stephen F. Austin State University
Case Study Competition - 2014
PRESENTATION OUTLINE
 Introduction
 CAS Professional Standards
 Mission
 Recovery
 Awareness
 Prevention
 Program Learning Outcomes
 Assessment
 Closing
 References
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
INTRODUCTION
 President Obama recently created a task force to address
sexual violence on campus.
 The task force at Willis College will identify its own unique
needs and programs to address sexual misconduct and
promote awareness on the campus.
 Although the report Rape and Sexual Assault: A Renewed Call
to Action focuses primarily on women, the WC program
includes resources and information for men and male
survivors.
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
CAS PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
 Mission
 Program
 Organization and
Leadership
 Human Resources
 Ethics
 Law, Policy, and
Governance
 Diversity, Equity, and
Access
 Institutional and
External Relations
 Financial Resources
 Technology
 Facilities and
Equipment
 Assessment and
Evaluation
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
MISSION STATEMENT
 The Willis College “More than ‘No Means No’” sexual
misconduct movement aims to educate the campus
and community populations about these acts through
prevention and awareness programs. The movement
nurtures survivors of sexual misconduct and provides
necessary resources for individuals who have
previously or are currently experiencing trauma from
a sexual assault or other sexual misconduct. This
movement creates a campus population which is
generally informed about sexual misconduct and the
resources offered on campus.
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RECOVERY
 Sexually Assaulted Students’ Support (S.A .S.S.)
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Open meetings for students who have been sexually assaulted
Meet in a secure, safe environment
Survivors can share their personal stories and support each other
Supported by Chickering’s Seven Vectors of Identity Development
 Counseling Services On Campus
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Counseling Services are free for students of Willis College
Option for students to seek out help anonymously
Continual support through the healing process
Prefer scheduled appointments, but can take walk -ins
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AWARENESS
 More than “No Means No”
– Program
 Program to dispel sexual
misconduct myths
 “Consent”
 Men vs. Women
 Culture of masculinity
 Advertised beforehand
and live-tweeted with the
hashtag #Nofacts
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
MORE
THAN “NO
MEANS NO”
PROGRAM
I n t r o d uc t io n
video stating
b o t h my t h s a n d
facts about
s ex u al a s s a u l t
and rape.
http://youtu.be/7x6G6UTE_AQ
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
AWARENESS
Office of Student Rights
and Responsibilities
 Rights of the accused
 Their rights will be
protected during
investigation
 Harassment: right to air
defense in a fair, speedy,
and impartial court
 Assault: jury, freedom from
self-incrimination, public
defender
 #KnowTheRights
University Police
Department Training
 Working with survivors
 Officers explain the
accused’s rights
 Refer survivor to
Counseling Services
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
AWARENESS
 Are YOU in the Know? Program
 Interactive program to visualize the staggering statistics of sexual
assault on campuses
 As students enter, they receive a colored index card
 They could be seated at round tables in a large area to facilitate a
discussion-style program
 Each color will be a specific population:
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Greek life participants
Freshmen & Sophomore females
LBGTQ community members
Survivors of sexual assault
 The program facilitator will direct students to different areas of the
space based on their population and a fact/statistic
 End with round-table and full group discussion about the newfound
knowledge
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
PREVENTION
Supers
RAD
 Stand-out survivors
from the S.A.S.S.
groups
 Mentors newcomers of
sexual assault in the
group
 Modeled after the
“sponsors” from AA
 Rape Aggression
Defense classes
 Women-only courses
 Risk awareness,
prevention and handson defense training
 Offered through
University Police
Department
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PREVENTION
 WHAT You Know – Program
 Starts as a “What if…” exploration
 Rhetorical questions for the audience on how they
would respond if their loved ones were sexually
assaulted:
 Mother, sister, brother, cousin, best friend
 Moves into “What is normal?”
 Offers various scenarios that could be perceived as
“normal” in today’s society
 Advertised with #whatyouknow
Willis College, Sexual Misconduct Presentation
PREVENTION
 Green Dot, etc. – Live the Green Dot
 Organization designed to reduce power-based personal violence
 Can include:
 Sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, child
abuse, elder abuse, and bullying
 www.livethegreendot.com
 Create a Campus Culture
 Train student leaders, faculty, and staff in Green Dot practices
 Distribute marketing materials to spread the word
 Student leaders publicize this prevention initiative around campus
 Suppor t
 Raise money utilizing community resources
 Appeal to the university administration
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PROGRAM
LEARNING
OUTCOMES
M o d e l e d a f te r
B l o o m’ s
Ta xo n o my f o r
i n te l l e c t ual
learning
b e h av i o r s .
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PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
 By participating in the Are YOU in the Know? program,
students construct visual representations of the statistics
presented to them.
 By participating in the focus groups and online surveys,
students assess the programs and their newfound knowledge.
 By participating in the More Than “No Means No” program,
students distinguish between the myths and facts of sexual
assaults and misconduct.
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PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
 By participating in the S.A .S.S. groups, students articulate
their feelings and experiences in a healthy manner while
relating to fellow survivors of sexual misconduct.
 By participating in the Super S.A .S.S. program, stand -out
leaders translate their knowledge and comfort to assist future
survivors of sexual assault.
 By participating in the WHAT You Know program, students
recognize acceptable and unacceptable behaviors while
relating the issues of sexual misconduct to themselves on a
personal level.
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ASSESSMENT
 Focus Groups
 After certain programs, participants will be invited to participate in a
focus group to discuss the program itself, things that went well, and
areas for improvement.
 Sticky Note Board
 As they leave, students will receive a sticky note and be instructed to
place it on a large white board with sections labeled as Excellent, Ok,
Not Great, and Terrible.
 Where they place the sticky note represents their overall rating of the
program.
 Online Surveys
 The students will slide their IDs upon entering the program for
attendance and survey purposes. Attendees of the program will
receive a survey via e-mail to assess a particular program.
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SAMPLE ASSESSMENT
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