05-22-17 Training for Parents

Educating Parents and Alumni About Sexual and Interpersonal Violence

May 26, 2017  |  June 2, 2017

Education Law 129-B requires that colleges and universities "use multiple methods to educate students about violence prevention and shall share information on domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual assault prevention with parents of enrolling students" (Education Law 6447[7]). Beyond the legal requirements, institutions are working to engage parents in important conversations, especially around consent and violence prevention. This webinar will discuss some of the challenges and successes in educating parents and provide resources and sample documents to help institutions develop and customize their own training for parents. There are two sessions, just in time for summer orientation. In addition, the speakers will cover educational programming for returning alumni. Whether coming for a sporting event, a conference or meeting, or just to see their "old haunts," returning alumni may meet and socialize with current students. Educating them about consent and violence prevention is important, but requires a different approach. The speakers will discuss strategies and methods to reach this population.

Dara Raboy-Picciano, Senior Counselor and Coordinator/Co-founder of 20:1 Sexual Assault Prevention Program and 20:1 Bystander Intervention Program, Binghamton University
April Thompson
, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, Binghamton University


After your request has been approved, you'll receive instructions for joining the meeting.

First Session

Monday, May 26, 2017
1:00 pm  |  1 hr
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Second Session

Friday, June 2, 2017
11:00 am  |  1 hr
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