Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support

Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support

The Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support was formed through legislation by the University Senate in Spring Term 2014. For the text of the legislation, please see University Senate motion US13/14-52.

The Task Force is in the process of establishing and refining its goals. Please see Draft Goals for the most recent draft.


20 Students Per Week:

The Report of the University Senate Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support (Final)


 

Initial Recommendations for Immediate Action:

Senate Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support

 

Membership

MemberTitleContact Chair
Elected Members of the University Senate
David EspinozaOfficer of Administration Senator; Assistant Director, Testing Centerespinoza@uoregon.edu 
Jennifer FreydStatutory Faculty Senator; Professor (Psychology)jjf@uoregon.edu 
Randy SullivanStatutory Faculty Senator; Lecture Demonstrator (Chemistry)smrandy@uoregon.edu Co-Chair
Members of Senate Constituencies
Jane BrubakerTrades/Maintenance Coordinator (Campus Operations)jbru@uoregon.edu 
Ibrahim GassamaJames O. & Alfred T. Goodwin Senior Faculty Fellow; Professor (Law)igassama@uoregon.edu 
Jocelyn HollanderProfessor and Department Head (Sociology)jocelynh@uoregon.edu 
Andrew LubashStudent Senator in the ASUO Senate; Truman Scholar; Undergraduate Student (Political Science)lubash@uoregon.edu 
Cheyney RyanUO Professor Emeritus (Philosophy and Law); Senior Research Fellow, Merton College, Oxford Universitycryan@uoregon.edu 
Nominees Recommended by UO-CESV
Amanda MarshallUnited States Attorney for the District of Oregonamanda.marshall@usdoj.gov 
Carly SmithGraduate Teaching Fellow and Gradute Student (Psychology)carlys@uoregon.edu 
Carol StabileProfessor (Journalism and Communication & Women's and Gender Studies)cstabile@uoregon.eduCo-Chair
Students 
Sarah Ray RondotGraduate Teaching Fellow (Women's and Gender Studies); Graduate Student (English)rondot@uoregon.edu 
Helena SchlegelUndergraduate Student (Spanish)hschlege@uoregon.edu  
Member of the University Administration
Sandy WeintraubDirector of Student Conduct and Community Standards, Dean of Students Officesandyw@uoregon.edu 
Staff Members Who Provide Direct Services in Bias Education and Response to Sexual Violence for Students
Renae DeSautelSexual Violence Response Coordinator, Dean of Students Officedesautel@uoregon.edu 
Sheryl EysterAssociate Dean of Students, Dean of Students Officeseyster@uoregon.edu 
Ex Officio, Non-Voting Members
Beatriz GutierrezASUO President; Undergraduate Student (Ethnic Studies)asuopres@uoregon.edu 
Robert KyrUniversity Senate President; Professor (Music)rkyr@uoregon.edu 
Bruce MacAllisterUO Ombudspersonbmac@uoregon.edu 

 



Meetings

The Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support is meeting during Summer Term 2014. The first two meetings were held on:

Wednesday, July  9th
3:00 - 5:00 pm
Lewis Lounge (4th floor of Law School)
Agenda
Minutes

Thursday, July 24th
3:00 - 5:00 pm
Lewis Lounge (4th floor of Law School)
Agenda
Minutes

Thursday, August 7th
3:00 - 5:00 pm
115 Knight Library
Agenda
Minutes

Tuesday, August 26th
2:00 - 4:00 pm
403 Ford Alumni Center
Agenda
Minutes

Thursday, September 4th
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
201 Ford Alumni Center
Agenda
Minutes

Monday, September 8th
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Lewis Lounge
Agenda
Minutes

Monday, September 22
2:00 – 4:00 pm
Lewis Lounge
Agenda
Minutes

Tuesday, September 30
1:00 - 3:00 pm
403 Ford Alumni Center
Agenda
Minutes

Thursday, October 9
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Lewis Lounge
Agenda
Minutes

Tuesday, October 14
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
403 Ford Alumni Center
Agenda

Tuesday, October 21
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
403 Ford Alumni Center
Agenda

Tuesday, November 4
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
403 Ford Alumni Center
Agenda

Tuesday, November 18
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
EMU Coquille + Metolius Combined River Rooms

Tuesday, December 2
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
EMU Alsea + Coquille Combined River Rooms

Monday, March 16
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Music 215
Agenda

 

Further meetings will be announced as soon as they are scheduled. Meetings are open to the public and run in accordance with Oregon Public Meetings Law and University Senate Legislation.



Resources and Related Documents


Task Force Documents

1. Draft Task Force timeline

2. Notes from meeting with University of Oregon Review Panel on Sexual Miscounduct Prevention and Response (Robert Kyr, Carol Stabile, and Randy Sullivan attending)

3. Recommended Good Samaritan Policy

4. Notes from Preliminary Talks Concerning Mandatory Courses

5. Email from Interim President Coltrane Regarding Jennifer Freyd's Presentation to the Task Force

6. Prevention Working Group Recommendations

7. Draft Syllabus Statement Regarding Sexual Violence with suggested edits from campus constituents

8. Final version of Message to Teaching Faculty

9. Final version of Draft Amnesty Policy incorporating edits from campus constituents

University of Oregon Resources and Documents

1. 2013 Campus Report on Sexual Misconduct

2. Groves Report (2013)

3. safe.uoregon.edu

4. Notes from President's Review Panel meeting public comments (8/27)

5. Preliminary information from The UO Sexual Violence Survey (Jennifer Freyd, Marina Rosenthal, Carly Smith)

6. Sexual Violence Prevention Task Force Report, Spring 2013 (ASUO Sexual Violence Prevention Task Force)

7. Relevant Data from the 2009 and 2012 Graduate Student Experience Survey (Graduate School)

8. UO Football Ejection Stats, 2011 Season - Games 1-6 2014 Season

Other Resources and Documents

1. Not Alone: The First Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault

2. Campus Sexual Assault: How America's Institutions of Higher Education Respond

3. Sexual Violence on Campus (U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill)

4. Burying Our Heads in the Sand: Lack of Knowledge, Knowledge Avoidance, and the Persistent Problem of Campus Peer Sexual Violence (Nancy Chi Cantalupo)

5. Checklist for a Comprehensive Approach to Addressing Harassment (U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights)

6. Know Your Rights (U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights)

7. Questions and Answers on Title IX Sexual Violence (U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights)

8. Frequently Asked Questions About Sexual Harassment, Including Sexual Violence (U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights)

9. Implementation of Changes to the Clery Act made by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (Department of Education)

10. Understanding the Predatory Nature of Sexual Violence (David Lisak)

11. Voluntary Resolution Agreement, Yale University

12. Dangerous Safe Havens: Institutional Betrayal Exacerbates Sexual Trauma (Smith & Freyd)

13. Official Campus Statistics for Sexual Violence Mislead (Freyd)

14. Institutional Betrayal (Smith & Freyd)

15. Colleges, Universities Told To Do More To Prevent Sexual Assault (NPR)

14. How Syllabi Can Help Combat Sexual Assault (Chronicle of Higher Education)

13. Helping Students Who Have Experienced a Sexual Assault (Indiana University)

14. Response from Sexual Assault Survey Researchers to "A Call to Reduce Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Towards Effectively Assessing Campus Climate" (a variety of authors)

15. Letter from Scientists to AAU Member Presidents

16. Graphs and Data (Autzen Ejections)