Training.

 

Online Training and Quiz

New Student Power Point

New Hire Orientation – Title IX

The Title IX officer is available to provide training to University faculty, staff, and students. Training topics include:

  • Discrimination in the employment and academic environment
  • Bystander intervention
    Title IX/Sexual Misconduct (includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking)
  • Diversity & Cultural Sensitivity
  • Accommodations for disabled employees (ADA)

If you are interested in receiving training on any of these topics, please contact Emily Ralph, Title IX Coordinator at eralph@drew.edu or (973) 408-3635.

 What you need to Know About Title IX in 89 Seconds

Resident Assistants- Trained Peer Educators (Can be contacted for a peer education training)

Sammie Booth is the Resident Assistant in McClintock Hall.

Jaye Santoro is the Resident Assistant in Hurst Hall.

Title IX Community Based Partner Training

Training: Dating and Assessing Dating Violence
Training: Morris County Prosecutor’s Title IX Training
Training: Sexual Assault Response Team Representative
Training: Victim Advocacy
Training: Morris Cares for Sexual Survivors

Faculty, Staff, Student Title IX Information

 

Title IX and EEO Training

Sexual Harassment Scenarios