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29 November 2006 @ 04:31 pm
Some SARP news  
Hey all! There's a lot of important STARS news as we approach the end of the semester, but since there's so much to say I think I'll break it up into a few smaller posts.

~First, since the "Nervous But Excited" concert was an effort to promote the Sexual Assault Response and Prevention (SARP) program, I wanted to make an effort to keep you updated the news from that front. Currently, candidates are being selected for the position of SARP coordinator, and Counseling Services is bringing two of them to campus soon. Please consider coming to meet them and discuss the program with them. The email, which you all should have recieved as well, is reprinted below in case you didn't look at it. It's under the lj cut for convenience.



The campus community is invited to Meet and Greet the candidates for the new Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Coordinator position.



We will be bringing two candidates for the SARP Coordinator position to campus next week and the campus community is invited to meet them at open sessions.

Angela Ross will be on campus on Tuesday, December 5 and her open “Meet and Greet” session will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 AM in Campus Center Room 228. Ms. Ross is a 2004 graduate of the American Military University with a Bachelor of Science in Heath and Sports Science. She was a Sergeant in the US Marine Corps where she worked in a variety of roles in the naval corrections system including serving as a coordinator of the Marine Corps Victim/Witness program and has regularly participated in the annual Victim/Witness Conference hosted by the Department of Justice.

Jessica Titus will be on campus on Thursday, December 7 and her open “Meet and Greet” session will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 AM in Campus Center Room 228. Ms. Titus is a 2002 graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She has worked in several settings where she has provided support and education to victims of sexual assault and other crimes including work at Walden/Sierra, Pathways, Inc., and Maryland Department of Juvenile Services.



~Also: anyone trying out for "The Vagina Monologues"? There are still auditions going on tonight if you'd like to fit it in. I saw this performed here last year and it is really an awesome opportunity. All the STARS ladies should certainly think about participating.

More in a little bit. I hope all is well with everybody.

Sarah
STARS secretary
 
 
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