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Beyond Compliance: Commitment to Culture Change

September 11, 2018 @ 8:00 am - September 12, 2018 @ 1:00 pm

Join Us to Move Beyond Compliance!

We hope you can join us for the ICESA Campus Consortium’s second annual statewide conference focusing on campus sexual violence prevention and response. Our conference theme is “Beyond Compliance: Commitment to Culture Change.”  We will come together to discuss the importance of having campuses that are genuinely committed to changing cultures and improving the safety and well-being of all students and employees. This conference features Dr. Luoluo Hong and Dr. Jim Hopper as our keynote speakers. Check out our program here!

Keynote Addresses:

  • Sexual Assault: Brain, Experience, Behavior and Memory (Jim Hopper, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Independent Consultant)
  • From Compliance to Courage: Incorporating Feminist and Womanist Perspectives in Title IX and Other Prevention Work (Luoluo Hong, PhD, MPH, Vice President of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, San Francisco State University)

Breakout Sessions:

  • Advancing Transformational Change Through Integrative Prevention Efforts (Luoluo Hong, PhD, MPH, San Francisco State University)
  • Agents of Social Change: How Peer Led Prevention Educators Trained Every Student to be Bystanders at Goshen College (Rowan Miller, Marris Opsahl, and Kendra Yoder, Goshen College)
  • Challenges and Opportunities: Sexual Violence Prevention Education with Intercollegiate Athletes (Kristy McCray, PhD, Otterbein University)
  • Equitable vs. Equal: Understanding the Growing Trend of Respondent Support Services on Campus (Jennifer Henkle, University of Kentucky and Jill Dunlap, PhD, NASPA)
  • How Do We Know if We’re Making a Difference? Program Evaluation 101 (Alexandria Benifield, MPA, ICESA)
  • Language and Rape Culture: Committing to Change Our Language to Change Our Culture (Lesley K. Bradley, IUPUC)
  • No Filters: Introduction to Media Literacy and Social Justice Storytelling (Tonjie Reese, eleven24)
  • No Filters: Enhancing Prevention Programs through Media Literacy and Social Justice Storytelling (Tonjie Reese, eleven24)
  • Perpetrators of Sexual Violence (Jim Hopper, PhD, Independent Consultant)
  • Strangulation and Sexual Violence (Barbra Bachmeier, IU Methodist Hospital and Mary Alice Navarro, the Julian Center)
  • SUSOP: Men’s Primary Prevention and Leadership Program (Burton Patterson, ICESA)

Registration Information:

Our online registration deadline is August 26th. The fee for professionals is $150; the fee for students is $75.

On-site registration will be available if you do not register by August 26th; the on-site registration fee will be $250 for all on-site attendees, so be sure to register by the online deadline!

Students must mail proof of full-time student status to katie@indianacesa.org, or they will be charged the full price when they arrive for check-in.

Continuing Education Information:

Attendees can receive Behavioral Health and Law Enforcement CEUs at this conference; certificates will be made available upon request after attendance at conference has been verified.

Hotel Information:

The conference is held at the Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel. A discounted rate of $168/night has been established; this special rate is available through August 20th. Click here for details.

There are several other hotels within a very short drive to the Renaissance. We suggest you check out the Holiday Inn Indianapolis Carmel, Comfort Inn Indianapolis North, Courtyard by Marriott, or Drury Plaza Hotel Indianapolis Carmel.

Register Here
Venue:

Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel
11925 N Meridian St
Carmel, IN 46032 United States

Organizer Info:

Mahri Irvine

Phone: 317-624-2370

Email: mahri@indianacesa.org