In spring 2018, we released this New Directions for Student Services book Addressing Sexual Violence in Higher Education, co-edited by Jody Jessup-Anger and me. The co-edited book grew out of the work of the ACPA Presidential Task Force on Sexual Violence in Higher Education that Jody at I co-chaired. That group began meeting in 2014 and produced recommendations for ACPA as an association and published the monograph Beyond Compliance in 2015. The response to Beyond Compliance made it clear that students, faculty, and practitioners were eager for further guidance and practical recommendations to address sexual violence.
Addressing Sexual Violence in Higher Education is broken into two main sections. The first section outlines conceptual framing of sexual violence including historical perspectives, framing sexual violence as a social justice issue, and the importance of locating addressing sexual violence as student affairs work. The second section outlines concrete and practical recommendations for prevention, policy, supporting survivors, adjudication, and institutional leadership. This is a great resource for Title IX coordinators as well as other higher education leaders who want and need to get up to speed on these issues.
EDITORS’ NOTES 5
Jody Jessup-Anger, Keith E. Edwards
1. History of Sexual Violence in Higher Education 9
Jody Jessup-Anger, Elise Lopez, Mary P. Koss
Reviewing historical social context, research, and policy related to sexual violence on college campuses assists with understanding current practices.
2. Sexual Violence Through a Social Justice Paradigm: Framing and Applications 21
Luoluo Hong, Susan B. Marine
Advancing a social justice model for addressing sexual violence on cam-pus is necessary to eradicate sexual violence.
3. Addressing Sexual Violence as Student Affairs Work 35
Lisa M. Landreman, Kaaren M. Williamsen
Student affairs educators contribute an integral perspective to address-ing sexual violence on campus.
4. Comprehensive Sexual Violence Prevention Education 47
Keith E. Edwards, Heather D. Shea, Amanda-Rae Barboza Barela
Effective sexual violence prevention includes comprehensive, well-conceived and developmentally sequenced content and pedagogy.
5. Going Upstream: Policy as Sexual Violence Prevention and Response 59
Susan V. Iverson, Michelle N. Issadore
Campus sexual violence policy should be used to respond to and pre-vent incidents of sexual violence.
6. Creating Campus Communities of Care: Supporting SexualViolence Survivors 71
Mollie Monahan-Kreishman, Lisa Ingarfield
Creating a campus-wide effort to support sexual assault survivors necessitates broadening communities of care.
7. Adjudicating Student Sexual Misconduct: Parameters,Pitfalls, and Promising Practices 83
Jay Kennedy Wilgus, John Wesley Lowery
Sexual misconduct adjudication processes are shaped by various legal parameters and include many common pitfalls, but promising practices are emerging.
8. Navigating Institutions and Institutional Leadership toAddress Sexual Violence 95
Kathy Sisneros, Monica Rivera
Addressing sexual violence on campus holistically necessitates trans-formative change across the institution.
Thanks to all of the chapter authors who contributed their scholarly knowledge, personal experience, and professional wisdom. Thanks also to Susan Jones and Sherry Watt for their guidance and support as Series Editors. Special thanks to Jody for making this an enjoyable and pleasant experience and for helping to shepherd a great product.