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Officials discuss Title IX policies in panel

File photo A public forum discussing Title IX policies was held in the Occhiato University Center ballroom April 4. The intent of the meeting, hosted by the Title IX office on-campus, was to clarify confusion on aspects of the law, which is in effect at all colleges across the nation. The event included a panel of eight Title IX –savvy professionals: Kaitlyn Blakey, Marie Humphries, Lieutenant Dave Clements, Dwight Burke, Carol Daugherty, Jason Johnson, Josh Zugish and Johnna Doyle. All were in attendance to answer questions from the audience. The...
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CSU-Pueblo Title IX decision criticized on social media

Photo from http://upload.wikimedia.org A recent Title IX decision made by Colorado State University-Pueblo has come under fire by students and community members largely due to a lengthy post circulating social media. The statement, made by a person close to the situation, detailed the story of a student, a prominent football player and wrestler, who was stripped of his scholarship due to sexual assault allegations. In addition to his dismissal from athletics, the post said, the student was also expelled from the university. The statement’s author claimed the student was wrongfully...
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Faculty and student employees introduced to new sexual misconduct and Title IX training

Screen shot from slate.workplaceanswers.com Faculty and student employees at Colorado State University-Pueblo were introduced to a new and updated training on sexual misconduct and Title IX over winter break. The training was broken up into two series and each series took about 30-45 minutes to complete. The training was updated and issued by Director, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Title IX Coordinator, Roosevelt T. Wilson as well as Associated Director, Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Kaitlyn Blakey. “The other training was outdated. Legislature has...