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BERWYN, Pa., May 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Student Affairs eNews is The NCHERM Group’s free weekly email newsletter, summarizing the important news in higher education for student affairs professionals.

Delivered once a week to your inbox, Student Affairs eNews is a quick read that condenses the most important articles of the week for you, all in one convenient, easy-to-read format. Each week, our editors curate the content you need to say up-to-date in the rapidly changing field of student affairs.

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Explore some of the most recent stories featured:

Sexual Misconduct

Howard University Refused To Help Suicidal Rape Victims, Explosive Lawsuit Claims

Howard University failed to swiftly handle sexual assault reports, leading to at least one assailant raping on campus again, a federal lawsuit claims.

The Vicarious Trauma Toolkit

The VTT was developed on the premise that exposure to the traumatic experiences of other people is an inevitable occupational challenge for the fields of victim services and other allied professionals.

Almost 90% of Schools Reported 0 instances of Rape in 2015.

The AAUW posted national numbers on campus crime for 2015, and they offered a surprising portrait of the country’s educational landscape.

Host an ATIXA Training Event

Should your campus/school/organization look to host an on-campus Training Event, ATIXA is currently collecting Requests for Proposals for host sites for 2018. 

Playbook Discussion Group Online Events

ATIXA announces free, online discussion opportunities for those interested in learning more about how to apply the content of the The ATIXA Playbook.  

Health, Counseling, and Wellness

Creating Linguistically and Culturally Competent Suicide Prevention Materials

This guide is designed to help public health practitioners produce suicide prevention materials for specific cultural and linguistic communities.

Your Guide to the Transition from High School to College and Adulthood

There are skills that will help you thrive as you get ready to leave high school. Here you’ll find information, tools and guidance to help you feel Set to Go.

National Prevention Week

National Prevention Week is an annual health observance dedicated to increasing public awareness of, and action around, mental and/or substance use disorders.

8th National Collegiate Recovery Conference

The Association of Recovery in Higher Education provides the education, resources and community connection needed to help change the trajectory of recovering student’s lives.

Administrative Issues in Higher Education

Texas Law Bans Sanctuary Cities – and Campuses

Texas Governor signed into law legislation that prohibits local and campus police departments from limiting their officers’ cooperation with federal immigration enforcement authorities.

Jane Meyer wins $1.43M in case against Iowa

Former University of Iowa senior associate athletic director Jane Meyer, who was fired last year, was handed a win by a Polk County jury in her sexual discrimination lawsuit against the university.

The Destructiveness of Call-Out Culture on Campus

Hoping to better understand how digital communications affect life on campus: “Were College Students Better Off Before Social Media?”

Host an NCHERM Group Training Event

Should your campus/school/organization look to host an on-campus Training Event, The NCHERM Group is currently collecting Requests for Proposals for host sites for 2018.

Campus Conduct and Threat Management

Your Turn: Concealed Carry or Great Universities?

Read through a letter of resignation from an Associate Professor from the University of Kansas in light of the looming July deadline to allow concealed carry in college classrooms.

Fraternity, 18 Members Charged in Penn State Student’s Death

Eighteen Penn State fraternity brothers have been charged with crimes ranging up to involuntary manslaughter in the death of a pledge who authorities say repeatedly fell down a flight of stairs after he and others were made to run a gantlet of drinking stations guzzling vodka, beer and wine.

Drexel Suspends Fraternity During Investigation of Sexual Assaults

The alleged assaults occurred at the off-campus Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house between April 28 and May 4.

Host a NaBITA Training Event 

Should your campus/school/organization look to host an on-campus Training Event, NaBITA is currently collecting Request for Proposals for host sites for 2018.

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