At Wright State University, we have implemented various prevention, awareness, and educational programs and initiatives to address specific issues. Below are some of the programs currently offered at Wright State:
Mosaic Learning Program: This online learning program is designed to teach all employees how to identify, address, and prevent:
- Workplace discrimination, harassment, and retaliation
- Sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking
To access this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Impressions: This online course informs incoming and first-year college students on how to prevent and report sexual assault. To access this training, please email email@example.com.
Policy and Procedure Training: An in-person training to help inform the campus community of the university’s policies and procedures related to complaints of sexual misconduct and relationship violence. For more information, or to schedule a training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bystander Intervention Training: An in-person training based on the idea that any individual, regardless of sex or gender, can interrupt behaviors to prevent sexual misconduct and relationship violence. As a result, each member of the campus community is invested in creating a safe campus environment for themselves and others. Program participants are instructed on safe options for preventing harm and intervening when a risk of sexual misconduct or relationship violence exists. Wright State currently offers its own bystander intervention program, listed below:
- Got a Minute Bystander Intervention Training
- For more information, please email email@example.com
Safe Space Training: A comprehensive 3-hour ally development training that teaches potential new allies skills on how to serve and support the LGBTQA+ community at Wright State. Allies attending the entire training will have the option of completing a Safe Space Ally Action Plan and listed on this site as someone who is part of the Safe Space Ally Development Network. Allies completing the Ally Action Plan will be provided with the Safe Space emblem (sticker or magnet) to display inside or outside of their offices and/or bags, computers, etc. For more information or to register for a training, please visit: https://www.wright.edu/student-affairs/culture-and-identity-centers/lgbtqa-affairs/safe-space-ally-development-network
Training and Education Information
The Title IX Coordinator/Equity Investigator collects data on educational programming that faculty, staff, and student organizations are providing with regard to sex and gender-based harassment and discrimination, as well as all training sessions attended by faculty and staff involved in the Title IX process.The information provided, if applicable, will be included in the annual report of education on campus. If you are facilitating or hosting a program that addresses issues of sex and gender harassment, please submit your program information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an investigator, hearing board member, decision-maker, advisor, or deputy coordinator, please email email@example.com to submit any related training sessions you have attended.
Title IX Regulations Training
As required by the Final Title IX Rule, all materials used to train Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and any person who facilitates an informal resolution process must be made publicly available on its website. The training materials are posted below.