It also showed that more than half of undergraduate men and women have never talked about issues of consent with anyone, and that undergraduate women are the least likely to understand how to follow-up with campus officials after a sexual assault.
A caring community IU Northwest is an active participant in the Indiana University Student Welfare Initiative, which aims to prevent and respond to all forms of sexual violence and sexual misconduct and to support the safety and well-being of students.
According to Beth Tyler, associate vice chancellor and dean of students, the upcoming programming is part of IU Northwest’s comprehensive approach to creating awareness about and preventing sexual misconduct in all of its forms, from sexual harassment, to stalking, to dating violence, to sexual assault.
STATEHOUSE – State Representative Tom Dermody (R-La Porte) has been appointed as Vice Chair of the Interim Study Committee on Public Policy.
“Often, the issues that matter most to Hoosier families require more careful thought and consideration than the legislative session allows,” said Rep. “Interim study committees As chairman of the House Public Policy Committee, there was rarely a dull moment at the Statehouse.
It has Start Date: 12/5/2014 Start Time: AMEnd Date: 12/5/2014 STATEHOUSE- House Speaker Brian C.
Bosma (R-Indianapolis) announced standing committee assignments for the 119th General Assembly.
With the fall semester underway at Indiana University Northwest, the campus wants to ensure students understand the importance of recognizing and preventing sexual misconduct, including domestic and dating violence, sexual harassment and stalking.
With the Office of Student Activities taking the lead, IU Northwest is hosting a series of free events aimed at directly confronting this serious issue.
This legislation passed out of the Indiana House of Representatives by a vote of 91-7.
Under SB 113, a direct wine seller will be able to sell and ship wine directly to a consumer if the consumer provides their STATEHOUSE – State Representative Tom Dermody (R-La Porte) sponsored a bill to help Indiana charity gaming organizations better compete with those in other states.
The programming intends to address the particular challenges that IU Northwest students face in their lives on and off campus, which differ from those faced by students at residential campuses, as revealed in a administered to IU Northwest students in 2016.