TITLE IX AT NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
TRAINING AND EDUCATION
On campus, there are many resources to help to educate your department or student group. We also have many opportunities to volunteer that are available; please contact one of the Title IX officers if you have any questions.
EVERY CHOICE TRAINING
NC State is excited to introduce Every Choice, a new online, video-based program, aimed at reducing campus sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking by equipping students with realistic, actionable bystander intervention tools. Starting fall 2017, the program will be available to all NC State students, faculty and staff, with viewing by parents also available.
FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Response Training
NC State’s Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Response (DHPR) training is available both in person and online. Completion of this training module fulfills the training requirement for employees as stated in the NC State Regulation on Discrimination and Harassment Prevention and Response Training (REG 04.25.06). This training is intended for all employees and is not a supervisor-specific approved training program.
The NC State Council on the Status of Women is charged with advising the Provost on matters related to the professional development and support of all NC State women on and off campus, including faculty, staff and students.
The WISE Village provides first and second year women entering into the STEM fields a unique opportunity to live and work with other women in STEM majors taking similar classes and with similar interests.