MBG: A lot of times, however, the first place a student or colleague will go after an assault is to someone they know, which may include a faculty or staff member. It is very important all members of the Cornell community understand the reporting obligations related to sexual violence. Faculty and staff are obligated to consult with a Title IX Coordinator about an incident unless they are a designated confidential resource. Confidential resources include medical and mental health care providers at Gannett, counselors at the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, the Victim Advocate, the LGBT director, the director of the Women’s Resource Center, staff in the Ombudsman’s office, and those providing pastoral care at Cornell United Religious Work. Detailed information about reporting is available on the university’s SHARE website.(Cornell Chronicle.)
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