Title IX: Know your Role & Resources Series for Graduate Students

February 19, 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall Auditorium Room 101

UHM Graduate Student Organization invites you to Title IX: Know your Role & Resources, a series of conversations and workshops around Title IX for Graduate Students and Graduate Assistants! Register now to join us for Session 1 of 3 next Tuesday, February 19 at Kuykendall Auditorium (Room 101).

Do you know your rights under Title IX? We want to know about your experiences with gender-based violence on campus. Grads and GAs have a unique position at UH - we are both students as well as teachers and mentors with particular roles and responsibilities. The 2017 Campus Climate survey results indicated that Grad Students are more likely to experience gender-based violence from staff and faculty than other populations on campus. Some of us are unaware of the protections that Title IX offers from sex-based discrimination on and off-campus.

Join GSO in collaboration with Graduate Division, The Center for Teaching Excellence, and the UHM Title IX Office to find out more about your rights and how to advocate for your students' rights at the following sessions:

Session 1: Gender-Based Violence Resource Panel Tues, Feb. 19, 12-1:15pm

Featuring Guest Speakers:
Khara Jabolus-Carola, Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women
Camaron Miyamoto, LGBTQ+ Center
Dee Uwono, Director & Title IX Coordinator
Dr. Julienne Maeda, Graduate Division
Cu Ri Lee & Mykie Ozoa, Office of Institutional Equity
Leslie Mitchell, Office of Judicial Affairs Rep

Please RSVP:

Session 2: Sex Discrimination & Gender Violence in Higher Education - for GAs Tues, March 12, 1:30-3:30pm

Session 3: Sex Discrimination & Gender Violence in Higher Education - for Grad Students Tues, April 16, 1:30-3:30pm

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GSO, Mānoa Campus

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(808) 956 - 8776, gsoevent@hawaii.edu, http://gso.hawaii.edu

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