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Prevention and education


Prevention and education

In addition to prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex, in accordance with Title IX, Binghamton University is committed to education about sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention, as well as all forms of college student health. Binghamton University provides awareness, risk reduction, prevention and education programs and engages in community outreach. Binghamton University initiatives and offices provide informational and programming resources for students and student organizations, as well as offering internship opportunities.


The Title IX Coordinator is available to provide training and educational sessions to students, faculty, and staff on individual, group, and department levels.  Topics frequently include:

  • "Nuts and bolts" of pertinent laws/guidance
  • When/where/how to report incidents
  • Rights and responsibilities of students and employees
  • Reporting expectations of employees
  • Navigating trusting conversations
  • Preventing/responding to harassment

Some completed presentations are included here for examples.  Here is one presented to club sports teams, and here is one presented to an academic department.  Each presentation is tailored to the requesting group so no two are exactly the same.  Presentations can be requested outside the typical work day as well.


Peer-based training and education to students and employees is available through 20:1 (twenty to one) programs.  Visit the link below for contact information and more detailed descriptions of their initiatives.

20:1 Peer Education


Andrew R. Baker
Title IX Coordinator
Risk Management and Administrative Compliance
Binghamton University
P.O. Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902
Couper Administration Building room 217

Last Updated: 8/14/19