Articles tagged: SAPE
After two years, half of Georgetown students receive bystander training online—and say it isn’t effective
More than half the student body lacked bystander training on assault, harassment, and other sexual and interpersonal violence issues.
Postponed bystander intervention trainings put students at increased risk
Content warning: This article discusses sexual assault and harassment. When Rebecca Friedman (COL ’24) chose to attend a bystander intervention training workshop during the Summer Hilltop Immersion Program (SHIP), she... Read more
Reform Title IX now
Title IX reform cannot wait; it is vital that improvements to current Title IX guidance occur now at both the university and federal levels.
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
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
Task force mobilizes in response to sexual assault survey
The full membership of the Steering Committee of the Sexual Assault and Misconduct Climate Task Force met for the first time on Sept. 2. University President John DeGioia called for... Read more