Faculty members, instructors, and graduate teaching assistants can have a significant role in reducing sexual violence and interpersonal violence for the students in their classrooms. There are many ways to engage students on this topic, including those listed below.
Sexual Misconduct and Domestic Violence Policy
This policy specifically addresses sexual misconduct which includes dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The policy establishes procedures for responding to Title IX-related allegations of sexual misconduct. Complaints can be reported to the Office for Institutional Equity (OIE). You may contact OIE by phone at 901.678.2713 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Complaints can be submitted online at File a Complaint. OIE's office is located at 156 Administration Building.
Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
University policy prohibiting discrimination and harassment based on protected characteristics and classes. Complaints of discrimination and harassment can be reported to the Office for Institutional Equity (OIE). You may contact OIE by phone at 901.678.2713 or by email at email@example.com. The full text of the policy can be found at GE2030 - Non-Discrimination and Antiharassment.
Accommodation of Pregnant Students
Pregnancy discrimination is prohibited under Title IX. A summary and FAQ to assist faculty members in addressing issues related to accommodating pregnant or expecting students can be found here: Accommodation of Pregnant Students (PDF). If you have additional questions about this policy, please contact the Office for Institutional Equity (OIE). You may contact OIE by phone at 901.678.2713 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events & Assignments
You can engage your students in the topic of sexual misconduct through encouraging students to attend our many impactful events/ trainings throughout the year. For a list of our upcoming events, please visit our Events page.
Looking for a way to engage students in the topic of sexual misconduct prevention
within the classroom setting? Click below to access a Faculty Toolkit produced by
GreenDot, a nationally recognized interpersonal violence prevention program.
This Faculty Toolkit includes paper topics, quotes for Powerpoint slides, additional syllabus statements, extra credit assignment ideas, etc. Please note the use of this toolkit is limited only to University of Memphis faculty and staff. Sharing this toolkit is strictly prohibited.