The University of New Mexico’s Staff Council hosts its Brown Bag lecture series with a presentation on LoboRESPECT Friday, March 31 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Roberts Room at Scholes Hall.
The presentation on LoboRESPECT precedes Sexual Awareness month in April, and will provide an opportunity to review where the University stands with its LoboRESPECT initiative, which addresses sexual violence issues in a cohesive community-wide approach. To attend, RSVP to Joe Lane at email@example.com.
Lisa Lindquist, director of LoboRESPECT, and Cole Catvour, training and development specialist, will lead the discussion.
Lindquist is an alumna of the UNM and currently works as the director of the LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center. Her primary functions include student advocacy/support, confidential advocate for Title IX issues and coordination of the Office of Parents. Lindquist has served on many campus committees and task forces to address issues regarding Title IX, campus climate, suicide prevention, student behavior, student retention, and first-year experience.Lisa Lindquist, director of LoboRESPECT, and Cole Catvour, training and development specialist, will lead the discussion.
Carvour primarily creates and facilitates trainings on topics like Consent, Sexual Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Bystander Intervention, and Hazing to students and student organizations. He also coordinates the LoboRESPECT Peer Educator program and provides advocacy to students experiencing various difficulties.
The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center, which was was created in September 2015, in collaboration with other departments and organizations, helps to educate the UNM campus community about sexual misconduct.
The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center and offers several services for students to help them navigate the university successfully. LoboRESPECT provides personal advocacy from start to finish with a single point of entry for students to come for information, assistance, and support.
For more information, visit LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center.