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Training & Workshops

The Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct ("OCRSM") offers live, in-person or virtual, presentations for all University community members. Presentation topics may include, but are not limited to, a General OCRSM Overview, Sexual Misconduct (Including Title IX) Policy Overview, Non-Discrimination Policy Overview, Responsible University Employee (RUE) Reporting Responsibilities, and others. The OCRSM, also, offers discussion-based workshops around a variety of topics and each training presentation is tailored to each group, their needs, and the goals for the training.

Click on the dropdown menu below to view a list of the OCRSM's compliance training and presentation topics, as well as available workshops. 

  • General OCRSM overview
  • Sexual Misconduct (including Title IX) Policy overview presentation 
  • Non-Discrimination Policy overview presentation
  • Responsible University Employee (RUE) Reporting Responsibilities 
  • How to Respond to a Disclosure
  • Supportive Measures & Resources Overview
  • Pregnancy and Title IX
  • Best Practices for TAs, GAs, and Others
  • On-Campus and Off-Campus Resources for Students and Staff/Faculty 
  • Others upon request and approval. 

The OCRSM offers workshops on the topics below. Please visit OCRSM's OneLove Workshop Training page for a description of the below workshops.

  • Recognizing Healthy & Unhealthy Signs in Relationships 
  • The Isms of the Workplace
  • Self Love Workshop
  • Boundary Setting & the 10 Signs
  • Practicing Open Communication 
  • Behind the Post Workshop (Social Media Safety)
  • Love Languages & Safety Planning
  • Escalation Workshop
  • Others upon request and approval. 

How to Request Live Training

If you would like to request a training for your group of staff, faculty, or students, please email the OCRSM's Training Manager for Policy and Prevention, Alejandra K. Galarce Diaz (, or fill out our presentation request form. Please note that training dates/times are subject to staff availability.

For questions regarding the live training available, you may directly contact Alejandra K. Galarce Diaz, Training Manager for Policy and Prevention ( in the Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct. 
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