During #DVAM2020 the University of Utah’s Gender-Based Violence Consortium partnered with Fight Against Domestic Violence to create the “Relationship Violence Toolkit for Educators.” The toolkit is for educators, where content is organized to include suggestions for teaching from those new to the issues (101) to those more advanced in their knowledge (201 and 301).
The Gender-Based Violence Consortium at the University of Utah brings together an interdisciplinary team of scholars representing multiple colleges across campus. The consortium is an inter-professional collaboration, a campus scholarly network that embodies an academic commitment to sharing knowledge, supporting long-term collaborations through research hubs, creating programming, sharing teaching and responding to gender-based violence in Utah.
The mission of Fight Against Domestic Violence is to generate resources for domestic violence survivors and service providers through corporate, individual, and community partnerships.
Special acknowledgements to the authors and co-creators of the toolkit: Brooke Muir (Fight Against Domestic Violence), Heather Harris, Dr. Jessie Lynn Richards (University of Utah), Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima (University of Utah), and Diane Le Strain (University of Utah).
To receive updates about gender-based violence, learn more about how you may be involved, please contact Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima email@example.com.
Links for Title IX Coordinators & Reporting Procedures for students
Issues students face:
- Confidential v. nonconfidential resources
- Roles of mandated reporters – students, faculty, staff
- Student legal representation, particularly low-income survivors
- Safety v. prevention initiatives
Professors’ Experiences With Student Disclosures of Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence: How “Helping” Students Can Inform Teaching Practices
Branch, Kathryn A ; Hayes-Smith, Rebecca ; Richards, Tara N
Feminist Criminology, 2011-01, Vol.6 (1), p.54-75
Survivors of Gendered Violence in the Feminist Classroom
Violence Against Women, 2008-12, Vol.14 (12), p.1451-146
Seeing Life in their Shoes: Fostering Empathy Toward Victims of Interpersonal Violence through Five Active Learning Activities
Clevenger, Shelly ; Navarro, Jordana N ; Gregory, Lydia K
Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 2017-07-03, Vol.28 (3), p.393-410
How to Support
Rape Recovery Center Crisis Line 801-467-7273
Contact a Victim Advocate firstname.lastname@example.org
University Police 801-585-2677
Tuesday, November 10th
12:00 – 1:00 pm MST
This discussion will explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scholarly research and publishing. Travel restrictions, retracted funding, delayed or halted projects, and an increase in caretaker and other personal responsibilities at home compound to create unprecedented challenges for producing and publishing research. Early indicators show women, those with significant unpaid care responsibilities, and members of minoritized groups have been disproportionately impacted. For graduate students and early career faculty who depend on research and publication for promotion and tenure, the stakes are especially high. Join our panelists for a conversation about the how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the research landscape.
- Dr. Avery Edenfield, Assistant Professor, English, USU
- Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima, Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies, University of Utah
- Becky Thoms, Head of Digital Initiatives, Merrill-Cazier Library, USU
- Dr. Elizabeth Vargis, Associate Professor, Biological Engineering, USU
Questions? Contact Rachel Wishkoski, USU Libraries: email@example.com or (435) 797-5371