The university is offering a free, online training program designed to assist community members in understanding their rights under the law and the University Policy & Procedure on Sex Discrimination & Gender-Based Violence.
UH Manoa agencies team up to produce a video educating students on the university's many resources for reporting sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and other prohibited behaviors.
Jennifer Rose was honored for her advocacy work in addressing gender equity, most recently through her efforts at the university to improve institutional response to allegations of sexual harassment and gender violence throughout the UH system.
UH Mānoa and the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights have reached a voluntary resolution agreement to resolve a Title IX compliance review that began in 2013 and involved Title IX cases from 2010 through 2016.
Nationally it is one of the first known surveys of college students to explore intimate partner violence and is the first known survey of students in a university system that includes both four- and two-year degree campuses.