Debbie Whittle Durban is a partner in the Columbia, SC office of Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough LLP.
Protecting the Rights of Our Students: "Knowing Your Role and Your Responsibility"
New federal guidelines from statues such as the Cleary Act, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended by the Education Amendments Act, stipulate (in varying degrees) that various campus representatives have a mandate to report violations of federal and state laws and campus policies to the appropriate campus representatives.
The goal of this training is to ensure that USC faculty, staff, administrators, and student leaders are aware of the University's student anti-discrimination and harassment policies and procedures. Participants will understand what constitutes illegal discrimination and harassment and potential remedies when they are discovered.
This training will cover the following:
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Supervisory approval must be obtained before participating in training. For more information, please call the Professional Development Office at 803-777-6578.
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Updated 13 November 2013.