- James B. and Rosalyn L. Pick Museum of Anthropology
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We are committed to fostering curiosity and an appreciation for cultural diversity by presenting dynamic educational experiences for NIU’s student body, as well as extending beyond campus to include local and regional audiences. We regularly partner with campus departments and resource centers, local businesses, advocacy organizations, researchers and artists to empower and engage audiences in dialogue about social justice issues and anthropological topics. We offer a wide range of programming from exhibit openings, student career talks, lecture series and performances. Programs are offered free to everyone.
Resource Panel: Preventing and Responding to Sexual Assault on Campus
October 28, 1-2:30 p.m. via Zoom
During this virtual discussion, panelists will review initiatives NIU is currently undertaking to respond to and prevent domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on campus, while also discussing how individuals can become advocates in their community and workplaces.
All students, staff, faculty and community members are encouraged to attend to learn about available resources. Registration is required.
- Kendal Harvell: Marketing and Communications Specialist, Safe Passage
- Sarah Garner: Ethics and Compliance Officer, Title IX Coordinator, NIU
- Adam W. Carter: Assistant Professor of Counseling, Coordinator of the Trauma-Informed Counseling Certificate, NIU
- Allison Hurlburt: Prevention Program Coordinator, NIU
- Ariel Owens: Assistant Director, Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, NIU
This event is sponsored by the Pick Museum of Anthropology and the Center for the Study of Women Gender and Sexuality in coordination with the exhibit Swept Under the Rug.