National Conferences

2021

Jesse Yeh, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Sandra Levitsky, Kathryn Hendricks, Angela Perone, & Kamaria B. Porter (28 May 2021). Patterns in Litigation Involving Campus Sexual Misconduct Adjudication, 1992-2019. Law and Society Association Annual Meeting [Conference session].

2020

National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Assault in Higher Education: 2020 Public Summit, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, (27-31 May 2020). Virtual conference, United States.

  • Katelyn Kennon, Jared Eno, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, and Sandra R. Levitsky. (29 May 2020). Organizational Barriers to Reporting of Sexual Assault: Communication Practices of College and University Websites. [Conference session].
  • Kamaria B. Porter (29 May 2020). Organizational Change Through Hybridization: Adjudicating Sexual Assault Amid Conflicting Logics [Conference session].

2019

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (August 2019). Methodological issues in research on sexual violence [Panelist]. American Sociological Association meeting.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong & Emily J. Martin (1 July 2019). Title IX Developments and Faculty Sexual Misconduct [Conference session]. Faculty and Staff Sexual Misconduct Conference, Madison, Wisconsin.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Sandra R. Levitsky, & Kamaria B. Porter (31 May 2019). Logics in Conflict? Contradictions in Campus Sexual Misconduct Adjudication [Conference session]. Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

2018

Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Kamaria B. Porter, & Lanora Johnson (4 October 2018). Sexual Misconduct Adjudication under the DCL [Plenary]. Center for Research on Violence Against Women (CRVAW) National Conference on “Campus Responses to Sexual Misconduct: Navigating Change at the DOE”, University of Kentucky.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (30 April 2018). Me Too, Sexual Harassment in Science and the Academy [Plenary Panel]. Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) Science Policy Conference, Washington, DC.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Lanora Johnson, & Nicole Bedera (26 January 2018). Know your IX: Implications of the Clery Act Salon 3-4 and Title IX Policies for University Communities [Conference session]. Sociologists for Women in Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

2017

Lara K. Badke (10 November 2017). University Actors’ Influence Affecting Change: Developing Proactive Institutional Responses to Ambiguous Legal Mandates. Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

Sandra Levitsky & Jessica Garrick (June). Law & Society Annual meeting, Mexico City, Mexico.

Lara K. Badke, Kamaria B. Porter, Jessica R. Garrick, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, & Sandra R. Levitsky (March). Compliance or Rhetoric: Are Campus Sexual  Misconduct Policies Fulfilling Title IX Legal Obligations? NASPA: Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

2016

Miriam Gleckman-Krut (November). American Anthropological Association Annual meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2015

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (24 February 2015). Hooking Up and Sexual Assault [Workshop session]. National Conference on Campus Sexual Assault and Violence, University of California – Berkeley.

University Engagements

2020

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (20 June 2020). Sexual Harassment and Violence in U.S. Higher Education: Lots of Harm, Lots of Process, Little Accountability. Sabancı University: Gender and Women’s Studies Center of Excellence. 

2019

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (16 May 2019). University Management of Sexual Violence. The Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University.

Sandra R. Levitsky (2 April 2019). Harvard Hears You: The 2019 Summit for Gender Equity. Harvard University.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (13 March 2019). University Management of Sexual Violence. Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS), Stanford University.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (11 March 2019). Logics in Conflict? Contradictions in Campus Sexual Misconduct Adjudication [Seminar presentation]. Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research [SCANCOR], Stanford University.

2018

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (24 September 2018). Logics in Conflict? Contradictions in Campus Sexual Misconduct Adjudication. Department of Sociology, University of California – Berkeley. 

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (April 2018). Department of Sociology, Brown University.

2016

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (April). Comparative workshop. Department of Sociology, Yale University.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (April). Title IX [Panelist]. Yale University.

University of Michigan

2022

Anna K. Wood (28 March). Historical Representations of Campus Sexual Assault in University Press Releases, 2006 – 2019. Sociology Social Movements Workshop, University of Michigan.

2021

URSA Fall Workshop (22 October). Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan.

  • Anna K. Wood & Zoe Chanin, “Kangaroo Courts?”: Media and Contestation over Campus Adjudication Processes
  • Katherine Leu, No Two Are The Same: Mapping Variation in University Sexual Consent Definitions
  • Kamaria Porter, Institutional Variation in University Sexual Consent Definitions: Race, Class, and Institutional Status
  • Leanna Papp, How Many Terms Does it Take to Define Sexual Assault? Conceptual Inconsistencies in U.S. University Sexual Misconduct Policies
  • Jared Eno, How is a Student to Know Who They Can Talk To? University Website Communication about Sexual Assault in the Context of Compelled Disclosure
  • Jesse Yeh, Trends and Predictors of Lawsuits against U.S. Universities for the Handling of Sexual Misconduct

2020

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (19 February). Organizational Change Through Hybridization: Adjudicating Sexual Assault Amid Conflicting Logics. University of Michigan Law School.

Kamaria B. Porter (February 6). Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus [Respondent / Panelist]. Institute for Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan.

2019

Sandra R. Levitsky & Elizabeth A. Armstrong (November 2019). Logics in Conflict: Campus Sexual Assault in a Time of Legal Uncertainty. Interdisciplinary Consortium on Organizations (ICOS), University of Michigan.

Sandra R. Levitsky & Elizabeth A. Armstrong (September 2019). Logics in Conflict: Campus Sexual Assault in a Time of Legal Uncertainty. University of Michigan Law School.

Elizabeth A. Armstrong (July 2019). Creating a Culture of Respect. Educational Advisory Committee meeting, University of Michigan.

2018

Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Sandra R. Levitsky, Kamaria B. Porter, Charlotte Hoppen & Kia Schwert (May 2018). Leaders and Laggards: Explaining Variation in University Responses to Sexual Violence in a Changing Legal Environment. Michigan Meeting on Ending Gender-Based Violence, University of Michigan. 

Elizabeth A. Armstrong & Kamaria B. Porter (February 2018). Higher Education Applied Research Speaker Series, University of Michigan.

2017

Sandra R. Levitsky, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, & Jerry Davis (November 2017). Leaders and Laggards: Explaining Variation in University Responses to Sexual Violence in a Changing Legal Environment. Mcubed Symposium, University of Michigan.

2016

Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Miriam Gleckman-Krut, Lanora Johnson, Kamaria B. Porter, Noah Betman, Sarah Hiltner, Sara Isaac, Zaynab Mahmood, & Ashley Wilson (April). Activating our Campus: A Collective of Anti-Violence Student Activists. Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) conference, University of Michigan.

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