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Stop Campus Sexual Assault: Policies & Prevention to Protect Students


Live Webinar Recording

Recording Price: $199.00

(Includes Proprietary Materials)

Sexual assault/dating violence is a serious problem throughout the country, including on college campuses. The White House, Congress and state governments, have, over the last several years, begun addressing this through a myriad of policies and mandates. Advocacy groups have implemented strategies for curbing sexual/dating violence and ensuring timely reporting. In light of new guidance from the Department of Education on Clery compliance, colleges need to know the best way to comply with federal and state laws and guidance to protect students, and the institution, while ensuring regular education and training. Join us for a 60-minute webinar to discover:

  • The difference between hooking up & assault - defining consent
  • Criminal justice process vs college discipline - guidance you need to know
  • Policies your campus must enforce to comply with Title IX, VAWA & more
  • Programs to protect your students - education & counseling services

Program Highlights

  • The Hook-Up Culture: Combating Sexual Assault and Dating Violence

    • Hooking-up vs. assault - guidelines to avoid uncertainty
    • Policies that address intoxication, incapacitation, & sexual assault
    • What qualifies as consent: Active and Affirmative Consent Policies
  • Clery, Title IX and VAWA: Critical Federal Regulation Guidance

    • What must be included in your polices to comply with Title IX
    • Polices to ensure you comply with the VAWA amendments to Clery
    • Implementing a code of conduct review process
  • Enlighten Your Campus on Sexual Assault: Education for Students

    • The new emphasis on training and incorporating it into your campus
    • Educational programs on alcohol, date rape drugs & sexual assault
    • Counseling services to support victims, bystanders & the accused
    • Identify campus-based and local resources for victims and survivors
  • Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!

About The Speaker

Dr. Gregory J. (Greg) Nayor currently serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs at Daemen College responsible for the student life experience including the management and supervision of the areas of student activities, residence life, counseling and health services, dining services, and campus safety.

  • Dr. Nayor has served as associate faculty with Drexel University for nearly 5 years. Previously, Dr. Nayor held leadership positions at the University of the Arts, Virginia Intermont College, and Lynchburg College.
  • An energetic and innovative leader, Dr. Nayor has served on various committees and organizations at the state and national level. Dr. Nayor holds a BA in History and Secondary Education and a Masters in Education from the State University of New York (SUNY)- College at Potsdam, as well as an earned doctorate (Ph.D) from the University of Virginia in Higher Education administration.
  • Dr. Nayor's has placed his professional emphasis on campus safety, crisis management, and compliance with a co-authored chapter in an upcoming NASPA publication, "College in the Crosshairs". Specifically, Dr. Nayor has presented extensively on the use and inclusion of Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Teams (BAITs), co-authoring a resource guide on the subject for Paperclip Communications.
  • Dr. Nayor served for 2 years as the co-chair for the Western New York (WNY) Consortium's Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Education as well as to the NASPA Region II Board coordinating corporate relations.

Program Benefits

Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover policies and prevention techniques to properly handle sexual assault on your campus.