Friday, September 27 | 7:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Scheman Building, Iowa State Center 


Registration is limited to ISU staff, faculty, and campus partners 


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7:30 a.m.- 8:00 a.m.Arrival and Continental Breakfast | Rooms 220-230 
Please check in outside rooms 220-230
8:00 a.m.- 8:30 a.m.

Welcome, Dr. Vernon Hurte | Rooms 220-230 
Associate Vice President and Dean of Students; Chair, Sexual Misconduct Leadership Committee 

8:30 a.m.- 9:00 a.m.Life of a Case: Reporting, Procedures, and Support | Rooms 220-230
Presenters: Aaron Delashmutt, Margo Foreman, Sara Kellogg, and Sean Nelson

This session offers a bird’s eye view of Title IX case processing from the start to finish. Presenters will share factors that may impact institutional approaches and response.
9:15 a.m.- 10:15 a.m.Breakout Sessions | Rooms 220-230, 254, and 260

Providing Support When a Student Reports Sexual Misconduct to You 
Presenters: Aaron Delashmutt, Megan Van Heiden, and Dr. Sarah Wilson

You may be the first or the last to know when a student experiences sexual misconduct. Either way, you may be wondering how to respond. This session will help you to explore and apply the recommended practices as non-confidential employees of the university. Topics will include how to report information to the Office of Equal Opportunity, when you need to report, using supportive language, campus and community resources, and interactive application.


Addressing Sexual Misconduct 101 
Presenters: Dave Konopa, Julie Reilly, and Tricia Ingram Williams

This session explores the multiple forms of sexual misconduct defined under the Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Stalking, and Intimate Partner Violence Involving Students Policy. It also describes how the Office of Equal Opportunity and ACCESS can assist students impacted by sexual misconduct.

 Case Study: Administration Room (Advanced Session) 
Facilitators: Dawn Bratsch- Prince, Andrea Little, Margo Foreman, and Kipp Van Dyke

Administrators and other leadership roles have a variety of factors to consider and manage if a sexual misconduct situation is reported in their area or unit. This case study will provide the opportunity to consider the variety of factors that may be present (such as human resource considerations, reporting requirements, etc), where to seek guidance, what your role may be in finding a solution, and provide a discussion opportunity to ask questions of campus experts for these often nuanced situations. This session is intended for those in leadership positions.
10:25 a.m.- 11:25 a.m.Breakout Sessions | Rooms 220-230, 254, and 260

Coordinated Care: Intersections of Sexual Misconduct and Identities 
Moderator: Regenea Hurte 
Panelists: Tricia Ingram Williams, Brad Freihoefer, Dr. Adrienne Lyles, Megan Van Heiden, and Kat Worley 

As the demographic of ISU continues to broaden, our methods have to likewise broaden to appropriately address the nuances and complexities around sexual misconduct.  How the University receives reports of, prevents, and responds to sexual misconduct is heavily impacted by the various intersections of our students’ identities. This panel will highlight the collaborative work from across campus to support students across all identities as they navigate the sexual misconduct process.

 Messaging: Students, Sexual Misconduct, and Prevention 
Presenters: Erin Baldwin and Jake Cummings

Learn about the roles and messaging given to Iowa State University students on campus about sexual misconduct and prevention. Office of Equal Opportunity will share what messages are sent to students around office services, consent and Title IX training. Student Health and Wellness will share the Green Dot initiative, how to promote and get involved.
 Case Study: Initial Response to a Report 
Facilitators: Sara Kellogg, Isaiah McGee, and Kipp Van Dyke

This session is an opportunity for you work with others in the session to consider how you may respond if you received information about a sexual misconduct situation. The session will allow you to discuss with others the variety of nuances to consider if you are in the position to support, report, and follow up with those impacted by a sexual misconduct situation. There will opportunity for discussion to learn from each other and to ask question of campus experts for these nuanced situations.
11:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Wrap Up, Margo Foreman | Rooms 220-230
Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator 

Presenter Bios

Sexual Misconduct Leadership Committee 

Chair, Vernon Hurte, Ph.D., Associate Vice President and Dean of Students
Jazzmine Brooks, ISU Violence Prevention Coordinator
Tess Cody, Executive Director, ACCESS Assault Care Center
Aaron Delashmutt, Assistant Chief, Iowa State University Police Department
Margo Foreman, Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator
Sara Kellogg, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct, Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Andrea Little, Manager, Employee and Labor Relations, University Human Relations
Sandra Looft, Ph.D., Director, Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity
Adrienne Lyles, Ph.D., Associate Director of Equal Opportunity, Senior Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Mary Sirna, Administrative Adviser, Iowa State University Police Department
Tricia Ingram Williams, Campus Prevention and Outreach Advocate, ACCESS Assault Care Center
Kipp Van Dyke, Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Assistance
Sarah Wilson, Ph.D., Manager, Human Sciences Student Services