University Leaders Unite Against Campus Sexual Violence
Monday, Sept. 11, 2017; 3:00-4:30 p.m.
University Club at the University of Pittsburgh, Conference Room A
123 University Place, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15260
Sexual assault on college campuses has been in the national spotlight, and our region is stepping up in a big way. University presidents, elected officials, victim advocates, student activists and justice system representatives will report on the region’s efforts to address and prevent campus sexual violence. There will also be a premiere of a video series featuring 13 area university presidents declaring intolerance for abuse on campus and encouraging students to report and seek assistance.
Program will include Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald; Westmoreland County Commissioners Chuck Anderson, Gina Cerilli, and Ted Kopas; Allegheny County Deputy District Attorney Jan Necessary; Carlow University President Dr. Suzanne Mellon; Chatham University President Dr. David Finegold; La Roche College President Sister Candace Introcaso; Point Park University President Dr. Paul Hennigan; and Seton Hill University President Dr. Mary Finger, among other leaders.
Space is limited.
RSVP to Sue Clarke at email@example.com or 412-456-5550
Screening of REAL BOY and Q&A with the Director
Join us for the screening of REAL BOY with a Q&A with the Director at the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium on November 7th.
REAL BOY, a 2016 documentary by filmmaker Shaleece Haas, is an intimate story of a family in transition. As 19-year-old Bennett Wallace navigates early sobriety, late adolescence, and the evolution of his gender identity, his mother makes her own transformation from resistance to acceptance of her trans son. And, along the way both mother and son find support in their communities, reminding us that families are not only given, but chosen.
REAL BOY has screened at more than 70 festivals worldwide, received 20 awards, and was broadcast on PBS’ Independent Lens in June 2017.
Throughout the year, the Title IX Office, in partnership with other offices on campus, hosts educational events to encourage campus dialog on consent and sexual misconduct, highlight campus and community support resources, and promote healthy relationships.
Contact Title IX about YOUR event
The Title IX Office is also happy to attend your event! Please feel free to contact the office if you are hosting a campus event that addresses a topic such as consent, sexual violence, healthy relationships, sexuality, and/or gender. The Title IX Office can help facilitate workshops or visit an event to distribute information. If you would like to talk with the Title IX Office about your event, please e-mail TitleIXCoordinator@pitt.edu. In the body of your e-mail, please include information about your event, including date, time, and location.
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Title IX Office Hours
Each week, staff members from the Title IX Office visit Benedum Hall to hold office hours. During office hours, University community members can stop by to ask Title IX-related questions or just to meet staff members. If community members want to discuss private information, Title IX staff members can talk with them in a pre-reserved private conference room.
Benedum Hall Office Hours, Fall 2016
Every Thursday, 11am-1pm (Office 157)
Students can check-in at the front desk in order to visit with a Title IX Specialist. Students can also call 412-648-7862 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to access a private entrance or schedule an appointment.