Campus LawRoom Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault Online Training
Intersections, the Campus LawRoom Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault Online Training, is a mandatory training for all employees to help them understand their responsiblies around reporting incidents around sexual harassment and sexual assault as mandated by University of Wisconsin Colleges and Extension policy and by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972. The Board of Regents for the University of Wisconsin System purchased this training for all UW institutions and is requiring all employees to complete this training by the end of the 2017 fiscal year. This includes all Faculty, Academic Staff, Limited Appointees, University Staff, and Student Employees. It also includes employees that are temporary and on a lump sum appointment.
Effective March 1, 2017, the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will offer all UW Colleges and Extension employees this training to be completed by March 31, 2017. After this date, all new employees will be required to complete the training within one month of their starting date.
Employees can access this training via a special email invitation from email@example.com entitled University of Wisconsin Online Training which will include a link in the body of the email to access the training. You can use this link to return to the training at any point of time, even after you've completed the course. If you did not receive this email, please check your Junk and Clutter boxes in case it was filtered out of your inbox. If you still cannot find it, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intersections is an online and interactive training designed to give you the practical knowledge to fulfill your duties as a member of our community and under Title IX. All employees are required to report any known or suspected incidents of discrimination, harassment, or violence on the basis of sex, gender, gender identity/expression, and/or sexual orientation. This includes issues related to dating/domestic violence, interpersonal violence, sex/gender-based discrimination, sexual/gender-based harassment, sexual/gender-based violence, stalking, and retailation. To find out more about our policies and procedures around all Title IX issues, please visit our Title IX website.
This course is part of a UW System-wide effort to help prevent and respond to sexual violence and harassment as part of its mission to providing an equitable educational opportunities.
"It is our ongoing commitment to help ensure that our campus communities are safe and welcoming places to live, work and learn. It is one of our top priorities, and it is not an area for compromise."
-Ray Cross, President, UW System
You can learn more about this effort by visiting the UW System Sexual Violence & Harassment Awareness, Prevention & Response website.
If you are having technical difficulties with the training, please contact LawRoom's Online Support Center.