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Important Event – April 4th at 5:30 p.m.

Dear student, On April 4th at 5:30 p.m., the Office of the Chancellor and the Division of Student Development are sponsoring an important Know More event on our campus.  Don McPherson, speaker, activist and former NFL player, will be giving a talk titled “You Throw Like A Girl.” Mr. McPherson specifically addresses typical ideas of masculinity and how those ideas contribute to a culture that accepts sexual and relationship

Important Program for Students

Dear faculty, On April 4th at 5:30 p.m., the Office of the Chancellor and the Division of Student Development are sponsoring an important Know More event on our campus.  Don McPherson, speaker, activist and former NFL player, will be giving a talk aimed at our students called “You Throw Like A Girl.” Mr. McPherson specifically addresses typical ideas of masculinity and how those ideas contribute to a culture that

Reminder: Training must be completed by March 31st

Good morning, On February 8th, all faculty and staff were asked to complete an online training about sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking.  So far nearly 400 people have completed it.  If you haven’t, please take the time to do it soon – Part 1 must be completed by Thursday, March 31st, 2016. To satisfy the training requirement you’ll need to complete two online training modules, which are provided

Last Day! Enter to Win a 64GB iPad Mini 4!

Dear Student, Don’t forget- today is the last day the Know More About Your Campus survey will be open!  Time is running out to enter to win an iPad Mini 4! Complete the survey right now at http://www.utc.edu/knowmore. Survey questions will ask you about incidences of certain types of sexual and physical experiences, and it should take about 10 minutes to complete. If you have any questions about the survey,

Don’t Miss Out! Enter to Win a 64GB iPad Mini 4!

Dear Student, Don’t forget- this is the last week the Know More About Your Campus survey will be open!  Time is running out to enter to win an iPad Mini 4! Survey questions will ask you about incidences of certain types of sexual and physical experiences, and it should take about 10 minutes to complete. The survey will only be available at www.utc.edu/knowmore until Monday, February 29th. Don’t miss out! Do

Students – Enter to Win a 64GB iPad Mini 4!

  Dear Student, Don’t Forget! You can enter to win an iPad Mini 4 after completing the Know More About Your Campus survey. Survey questions will ask you about incidences of certain types of sexual and physical experiences, and it should take about 10 minutes to complete. It will only be available at www.utc.edu/knowmore until Monday, February 29th. Do it today! If you have any questions about the survey, please email climatesurvey@eab.com. Thank

Required Training: Everfi’s Haven for Faculty and Staff

Good morning, As part of UTC’s ongoing effort to create a safe and welcoming campus, we are asking all faculty and staff to participate in online awareness and prevention training. It will not only help you feel safer, it will empower you to become a leader in prevention – which makes everyone in the UTC community safer. To satisfy the training requirement you’ll need to complete two online training

Know More About Your Campus: Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence and Stalking Campus Climate Survey

Dear Student, As part of UTC’s ongoing effort to make our campus safer and more inclusive, I invite you to take a moment to complete a survey. Survey questions will ask you about incidences of certain types of sexual and physical experiences, and it should take about 10-12 minutes to complete. I hope you take this opportunity to contribute to UTC’s understanding of a very important aspect of student

UTC Know More: How to Avoid Victim Blaming

Hi friends! It is your SGA President, Hannah Turcotte, here. I have taken over the Know More Blog for the week to talk a little bit about victim blaming and the damaging effects it has on survivors of sexual assault. Throughout the spring semester, I am going to invite some of UTC’s most passionate student leaders to post about topics revolving around sexual assault. I am so excited to

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