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This year, Valerie Harrison, Temple’s senior adviser for Title IX compliance, invited WOAR representatives to attend her staff’s meetings, Seiss added.
It was right after Seiss met with Dawson to talk about students’ wish for a crisis center.
“What makes this different is that it’s more for students after hours,” Howard said.
“We wanted to make sure students had a place to go.” Seiss said she hopes the partnership with WOAR will help “break down” barriers that keep students from reporting sexual assault.
The WOAR collaboration comes 11 days after Temple received a nearly ,000 grant from Pennsylvania’s “It’s On Us” campaign.
Seiss said the grant will fund research on how to increase reporting among underrepresented groups, like international students and students with disabilities.
It will also implement an online, anonymous reporting system that goes directly to Temple’s Title IX office, that will be completed and launched by June 1, when the grant ends, she said.
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“This provides them with that third confidential reporting location for them,” Seiss said.
The Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University is seeking a second fellowship-trained otolaryngologist to participate in both outpatient and inpatient care of children and adolescents throughout the Temple University Health System.
Women Organized Against Rape, a Philadelphia-based sexual violence crisis center, will open a satellite office on Main Campus on Wednesday to provide 24-hour support to survivors of sexual assault and sexual violence, the university announced Tuesday.
The service will act as a third party not associated with Temple, where students can report incidents of sexual assault.
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