Title IX prohibits all forms of sex and/or gender-based discrimination, such as: sexual harassment, sexual violence, acts of verbal/non-verbal/physical aggression, intimidation, or hostility based on sex or sex-stereotyping. Title IX protects all students and employees, regardless of sex, gender identity or sexual orientation.

The Title IX depository is an ongoing collection of academic work by Rowan faculty, staff, and students relating to Title IX. Title IX related research contributions include a wide range of topics, including: sex and gender-based discrimination, sexual violence, institutional response, fostering healthy relationships, cyberbullying, and communication strategies.

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Submissions from 2018

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What has changed in the Era of #MeToo? How Higher Education Can Respond to the New National Conversation, Kelly Ann Bird Esq. and Kristin D. Sostowski Esq.

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Villanova's Community Approach to Sexual Violence: The Sexual Assault Resource Coordinator (SARC) Team, Kathy Byrnes and Ryan Rost

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Title IX: Where is it today?, Claudia A. Costa Esq. and Benjamin Levine Esq.

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Changing a Campus Climate by Speaking Up! A Collaborative Bystander Intervention Approach, Kristie Damell and Melissa Zarin

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How to Avoid a Title IX Lawsuit: Lessons Learned and Best Practices from Attorneys for Respondents, Patricia M. Hamill and Lorie Dakessian

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Supporting LGBTQ+ Survivors on Campus, Ethan Czuy Levine PhD and Molly Sapia MA

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“Fun”datory Title IX Programs While Still Meeting Mandates, Stacey Rose

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Getting Proactive with Title IX, Kayleigh Sosa and Jackie Moran

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Forensic Interviewing and Conducting Trauma-Informed Investigations, Maggie Sweeney MSW and Katie Colgan Vodzak JD

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T9APP: Title 9 Awareness, Preparation, Prevention, Candy Young

Submissions from 2016

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Controlling Behaviors via Social Networking: Associations with HIV Risk Behaviors among Adolescent Girls, Meredith C. Joppa and Christie J. Rizzo

Submissions from 2015

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Middle School Predictors of High School Dating Violence Among At-Risk Early Adolescents, Meredith C. Joppa, Christopher D. Houck, and Christie J. Rizzo

Information Technology, Social Networking, and Controlling Behaviors, Meredith C. Joppa, Christie J. Rizzo, and Jessica Johnson

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Information Technology, Social Networking, and Controlling Behaviors Among Adolescent Girls Involved in Dating Violence, Meredith C. Joppa, Christie J. Rizzo, and Jessica Johnson

Submissions from 2014

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Performing and defying gender: An exploration of the lived experiences of women higher education administrators in sub-Saharan Africa, Ane Turner Johnson

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Implementation of a sexual harassment workshop targeting female engineers, Lisa Rae Volpatti, Cheryl A. Bodnar, and Lauren M. Byland

Submissions from 2012

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Changes in Adolescents’ Risk Factors Following Peer Sexual Coercion: Evidence for a Feedback Loop, Brennan J. Young, Wyndol Furman, and Meredith C. Jones

Submissions from 2009

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Tolerance of sexual harassment: A laboratory paradigm, David J. Angelone, Damon Mitchell, and Kara Carola

Submissions from 2005

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The Influence of Peer Interactions on Sexually Oriented Joke Telling, David J. Angelone, Richard Hirschman, Sarah Suniga, Michael Armey, and Aaron Armelie