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President Hanlon announced this training as part of the Campus Climate and Culture Initiative (C3I) as the third pillar in a set of initiatives established to create a more welcoming, inclusive, and equitable environment for all Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff on 1/3/2019.
President Hanlon announced this training as part of the Campus Climate and Culture Initiative (C3I). As part of the Measurable Actions of this initiative, the mandatory Title IX training began immediately. All faculty, staff, post-doctoral scholars, and graduate and professional students are now required to complete an online sexual violence prevention program. This training is in addition to the Sexual Violence Prevention Project, a four-year education program for undergraduates, and builds on the work we are doing to advance an effective training program for every member of our campus community.
The training is designed for all Dartmouth College faculty and staff, including Dartmouth Hitchcock employees who have a faculty appointment at the Geisel School of Medicine.
The training takes approximately 45 minutes to two hours of your time and may be saved and returned to at your convenience. Training must be completed by the due date you have been given.
If you experience technical issues accessing the module, Dartmouth Information Technology Services has created a knowledgebase article to assist you in troubleshooting. You may access that information here:
If you need further assistance, please contact your department’s IT Helpdesk at the appropriate number below.
Dartmouth College employees/faculty/students: 603 646 2999
Geisel School of Medicine employees/faculty/students, including Dartmouth Hitchcock employees : 603 650 1600
Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies employees/faculty/students: 603 646 2999
Thayer School of Engineering employees/faculty/students: 603 646 0855
Tuck School of Business employees/faculty/students: 603 646 1818
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If the Next button is highlighted and you are still not able to move forward after completing the above steps, open this link: in a new page and click on “chat”.
All faculty, staff, post-doctoral scholars, and graduate and professional students, including Dartmouth Hitchcock employees who have a faculty appointment at the Geisel School of Medicine are required to complete an online sexual violence prevention program, and as such have all been emailed the link to the training program.
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If you are teaching currently, you must complete the training.
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Please go here if you have used your NetID previously but forgotten your password
Please be in touch with our office at [email protected] and we will make alternative arrangements.
The training doesn’t not need to be played via an audio system, all the words are also printed on the screen for you to read.
You should complete the training in paid work time. Please discuss with your supervisor if you have any issues with finding time to complete this training. The training takes approximately 45 minutes to two hours of your time and may be saved and returned to at your convenience. Training must be completed by the due date you have been given.
This training program is designed to be viewed on a PC or MAC computer. Please log in from a computer and complete the training. If this poses a difficulty for you, please be in touch with the Title IX office at 603 646 0922