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  • Scholarship Examples

  • How Neoliberalism Shapes the Role and Responsibility of Faculty Members for Eliminating Sexual Violence

    Little is known about the ways in which faculty members understand their role and responsibility in addressing sexual violence and how they engage in sexual violence education efforts. This qualitative study of 10 faculty members gives insight into how faculty members engage in efforts to address sexual violence. Their experiences demonstrate how neoliberalism shapes their ability to truly work toward eliminating sexual violence from campuses. Findings from this study are helpful in understanding how campus educators can move beyond limited definitions of sexual violence, center power in sexual violence education and prevention, and leverage faculty in these efforts

    Faculty Experiences Partnering with Student Affairs Practitioners to Address Campus Sexual Violence

    Faculty members’ experiences in partnering with student affairs practitioners to address campus sexual violence were investigated in this study. Findings indicate that due to the historic bifurcation of faculty and student affairs responsibility and differences in conceptualization of the issue of sexual violence, faculty members experience gatekeeping in their ability to engage in efforts to address campus sexual violence. Recommendations for how partnerships can be better utilized are included.

    Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Response to The Department of Education’s May 2020 regulations on Title IX of the Higher Education Act of 1972 (Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance)

     ASHE names areas of concern related to the issuance of the May 2020 Title IX regulations, as well as areas where the May 2020 regulations enhance opportunities for redress of sexual harassment, including sexual and domestic violence and stalking on campus. As the Biden administration revisits the May 2020 regulations, ASHE advances several recommendations, informed by research, for continued improved practice in the effort to end such harassment on all campuses in the United States.

This portfolio last updated: 26-Aug-2021 10:39 AM