Articles tagged: Health Education Services


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Georgetown Explained: Mental health services

Poor mental health is an open secret at universities like Georgetown, and the trend is only getting worse. A 2018 national survey found that more than 41 percent of students... Read more

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Key sexual assault prevention advocate resigns

Jennifer Wiggins, former associate director for Sexual Assault Response and Prevention (SARP), resigned from Georgetown on July 10 for a position at the National Institutes of Health.  Wiggins began working for... Read more

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Georgetown Continues Healthcare Services During Covid-19

The Georgetown Student Health Center, Health Education Services (HES), and Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), are offering limited in-person and virtual services to students during the Covid-19 pandemic.  These services... Read more

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Students, administration discuss Campus Climate Survey results

Faculty and administration held a listening session on Oct. 21 to discuss the latest Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct Report, conducted in February 2019.  The survey had... Read more

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University Survey to Measure Progress in Campus Sexual Assault Prevention

Georgetown will conduct its second Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct beginning Feb. 1 and running through March 1. Like the first survey in 2016, students will once... Read more

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Peer Educators, Powerful Results: 10 Years of SAPE

This year, Sexual Assault Peer Educators is celebrating its 10th anniversary of offering workshops, trainings, and speaker events on issues surrounding sexual assault. Undergraduate students have entirely led the program, commonly known... Read more

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Jenn Wiggins Spreads the Gospel of Health Ed On Campus

As the credits roll on The Hunting Ground, the audience appears solemn and reflective. A panel of professionals sits on the stage of the ICC auditorium, ready to discuss the... Read more

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Documentary screening concludes Title IX Week events

Health Education Services and GUSA’s DC and Federal Relations Committee hosted a panel with activist and writer Kamilah Willingham, who appeared in the documentary The Hunting Ground, on April 18.... Read more

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Contraception Without Deception: The Need for Clarity in Sexual Health

Health and Education Services (HES) claims that Georgetown adequately provides for students’ sexual health needs. Last year, at a panel on sexual health resources at Georgetown hosted by H*yas for... Read more

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Beyond Title IX: Georgetown’s changing conversation around sexual assault

“The sexual harassment of students, including sexual violence, interferes with students’ right to receive an education free from discrimination and, in the case of sexual violence, is a crime.” –U.S.... Read more