Heartland Campus Safety Summit

About The Summit

The Heartland Campus Safety Summit is a regional and affordable conference for college and university administrators, faculty, staff, and students interested in improving their campus efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.

The Virtual 2020 Summit will be held from November 11-20. Jana's Campaign will host national experts, and encourages the sharing of best practices among participants.

To make sure that you are able to successfully attend, please follow the steps below to access the webinars:

1. To access the webinar you wish to view, simply scroll to the bottom of this page and click “Enter.” Input your name and email address and click the blue ‘Register’ button to validate your registration.

2. Once entered, navigate to the Summit sessions listed below and click on the thumbnail image of the webinar you wish to view. Be sure to click the thumbnail of the webinar you wish to view.

3. Click the play button at the top of the webinar homepage. If the webinar does not play you may need to input your name and email address in the registration panel on the right side of the webinar homepage to validate your registration. There will not be a registration panel listed if your information is already submitted.

It's as easy as that!

Be sure to check your spam and junk folders for updates and links for the Summit. If you need Jana’s Campaign to resend your registration link, or if you have any trouble accessing the Summit please feel free to contact us at janascampaign@gmail.com or 785-656-0324.

Thank you! We hope you enjoy your Virtual Summit experience!

Sessions in this Summit
  • Our New Title IX Policies Are Updated - Now What?
  • Confronting the Reality of Sexual Violence on the College Campus
  • The Race to Prevent Gender Violence on Your College Campus: A Sprint or Marathon?
  • Out of the Locker Room and Chapter House and into the Classroom: 2 Years of Lessons Learned in Prevention pt.1
  • Man of W.A.R: Worth And Resilience
  • Engaging and Supporting Generation Z in Fighting Violence against Women
  • Culturally Competent Care of LGBTQ Clients Within a Student Health Clinic
  • Collaborative Development of a Campus and Victimization Survey: Tips for working alongside diverse groups
  • Male Victims of Sexual Violence
  • What We Don't Know We Don't Know pt.1
  • What We Don't Know We Don't Know pt.2
  • Dialogue for Transformation: Engaging College Men and Masculine Folk in Violence Prevention pt.1
  • Got Games? Programming in a Digital Age
  • Informal Resolution in Light of the New Title IX Regulations