Events

Learn Your Resources - Get to Know Your Title IX Team

Tuesday, March 29th | 11am - 1pm | 3rd Floor Union

Kick-off Sexual Assault Awareness Month by meeting DU's Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators. Ask questions about reporting options, the University's sexual misconduct policies, or participate in our messages of support for survivors. Stop by to pick up your teal ribbon or Title IX swag!

Sponsored by: The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Responsible Employee Refresher

Wednesday, March 30th | 10am - 11am | Virtual

At Duquesne, all employees are Responsible Employees. All employees are welcome to join the Title IX Coordinator for a refresher on what it means to be a Responsible Employee. This Refresher will cover all aspects of Responsible Employee reporting, including what to report, how to report, and how to explain your role to the reporting individual. This event is open to all employees.

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Virtual meeting information will also be provided via email to all employees. 

Sponsored by: The Office of Human Resources & The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

SAAM Day of Action - Teal Tuesday!

Tuesday, April 5th | 11am - 1pm | Academic Walk (Rain Location: 3rd Floor Union)

Chances are someone in your life is a survivor of sexual harassment, assault, or abuse, even if they have never shared their story with you. Show your support for awareness and prevention of sexual violence by wearing teal today! By wearing teal, you're signaling that you support survivors, and are a safe person to talk to if they need to reach out. Don't forget to stop by the Title IX table to pick up your teal "swag."

Be sure to help turn the internet teal by wearing your teal ribbon and sharing a selfie or message using #SAAM2022

Sponsored by: The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

PB&J Wednesday

Wednesday, April 6th | 12pm - 1pm | Commuter Lounge

It's Peanut Butter and Jelly Wednesday! Come meet your Title IX team as they prepare and serve Sandwiches, Pretzels, and Milk in the Commuter Lounge!

Sponsored by: Commuter Affairs / Facilitated by: The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Women's Lacrosse 5th Annual Teal Game

Sunday, April 10th | 2pm | Rooney Field

Come cheer on the women's lacrosse team against La Salle! The team will wear their "It's On Us" t-shirts during the pre-game warm-up to draw attention to sexual violence and to support survivors of sexual assault. In coordination with the Teal Game, student athletes and peers will be encouraged to take the It's On Us Pledge. Donations for the Comfort Clothing Drive will be accepted at the game.

Sponsored by: Department of Athletics & The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Coffee, Coloring, and Consent

Monday, April 11th | 10am - 12pm | 3rd Floor Union

Stop by the Title IX table to grab coffee, crayons, and a coloring page showcasing phrases of support for consent and survivors. Return your completed coloring pages to the Title IX Office (339 Union) to be displayed as part of messages of support for survivors.

Sponsored by: The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Restorative Yoga

Tuesday, April 12th | 7pm | Location: College Hall Lawn

Yoga can be utilized as a healing tool for all. Join Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR) and Students Against Sexual Violence (SASV) for outdoor restorative yoga to help combat end of semester stress. The yoga experience will focus on gentle movements, body awareness, and listening to our needs. 

Bring your own mat!

Email llewellynv@duq.edu for additional details.

Sponsored by: Pittsburgh Action Against Rape & Students Against Sexual Violence

Healthy Relationships and Communication Workshop

Tuesday, April 19th | 7pm - 8pm | Location: 105 College Hall

Join the Title IX Coordinator and staff from Counseling Services for a relaxed, interactive discussion about healthy relationships and supporting peers who might be experiencing abuse within a relationship. Topics covered will be: understanding the components of healthy relationships, healthy communication strategies, learning to spot "red flags" or abusive behaviors in a relationship, recognizing how to support friends experiencing unhealthy behaviors in a relationship, and identifying campus and community resources.

Refreshments will be provided.

Sponsored by: University Counseling Services and The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Supportive Survivors of Sexual Violence: Employee Webinar

Wednesday, April 20th | 10am - 12pm | Virtual

To celebrate and draw deserved attention to Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR) will provide a training on how to better support survivors of sexual violence on your campus and in your classrooms. The training will discuss the effects of trauma, how to respond to disclosures of sexual violence, how to provide ongoing support and campus specific resources. This event is open to all employees.

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Virtual meeting information will be provided via email to all employees.

Sponsored by: PAAR, The Office of Human Resources, & The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Tie-Dye Your Teal

Tuesday, April 26th | 12pm - 2pm | Mellon Patio

Tie-Dye Your Teal is a way for the Duquesne community to raise awareness about sexual violence on campus by creating your own shirt in the teal awareness color. Express yourself with your creativity in design, while also reflecting support for survivors. T-shirts and all tie-dye materials will be provided, while supplies last.

Sponsored by: The Center for Student Involvement and The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response

Let's Talk About It: A Conversation about Barriers to Reporting Sexual Misconduct

Thursday, April 28th | 5pm | Towers MPR

More than 90% of sexual assaults on college campuses go unreported. Join Dr. Anthony Kane, Director of Diversity and Inclusion and the Title IX Coordinator for a student-driven, constructive conversation focused on identifying the barriers of reporting sexual assault and ideas for reducing or eliminating those obstacles.

Refreshments will be provided

Sponsored by: The Center for Excellence in Diversity and Student Inclusion and The Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response