Calendar Name: Office of Institutional Equity
Event Category: Webinar
Start Time: 02:00 PM
End Time: 03:30 PM
Event Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017

» Minors on Campus: Ensure Proper Training, Protocols and Policies are in Place to Prot


<p>Minors interact with colleges and universities in many different ways. As institutions we have a legal responsibility to the minors we host.&nbsp;<strong>Proper</strong> <strong>training, policies and protocols protect you, your institution and your young guests from potential lawsuits.</strong></p> <p>Take steps to implement institution-wide protection protocols, identify leading practices&nbsp;<span style="text-decoration: underline;">to protect children and youth, and ensure a safe and compliant environment for all the youth you host.</span></p> <p>&nbsp;Join our expert presenters as they guide you through the critical issues related to minors on campus and practical ways you can meet legal obligations, improve current policies and protocols, and safeguard your young guests.</p> <p><strong>Panelists:</strong> Dr. Gregory J. (Greg) Nayor currently serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs at Daemen College in Amherst, NY.&nbsp; Dr. Grant L. Azdell currently serves as Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia.</p> <p>This free webinar, sponsored by the Office of Institutional Equity, is open to students, faculty, and staff. For more information, please contact Alexandra Martin at <a href="mailto:afgintamartin@salisbury.edu">afgintamartin@salisbury.edu</a> or 410-548-3517. To register, visit <a href="http://www.salisbury.edu/equity/rsvp/">www.salisbury.edu/equity/rsvp/</a></p>




Calendar Name: Office of Institutional Equity
Event Category: Training
Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Time: 01:30 PM
Event Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017

» Lunch & Learn: ADA & Reasonable Accommodations


<p>Keeping up with the rules and regulations of ADA can feel overwhelming and confusing at times. &nbsp;Both faculty and students will benefit from this informative session. &nbsp;This Lunch and Learn will offer a deeper understanding of how to comply with federal regulations within the classroom environment.</p> <p>Katherine MacDonald, Coordinator with the Office of Student Disability Support Services will be our guest presenter. &nbsp;Join us as we examine the academic accommodation process that reflects the most current ADA regulations, findings from the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, and best overall practices.</p> <p>Our Lunch and Learn will cover:</p> <ul> <li>Self-advocacy skills</li> <li>Common myths and misconceptions</li> <li>Effective Communication</li> <li>Notice and Documentation</li> <li>Academic Considerations</li> <li>Reasonable Accommodations</li> </ul> <p>This free program, sponsored by the Office of Institutional Equity, is open to students, faculty and staff. <strong>Lunch will be provided</strong> to those in attendance. &nbsp;For more information, please contact Kelly Prunty at <a href="mailto:kqprunty@salisbury.edu">kqprunty@salisbury.edu</a>&nbsp;or 410-677-5311.</p>