Upcoming Sessions

 

Beyond Compliance is a commitment to learning that is expected of all employees at Kent State University. This information is meant to help you find learning solutions that meet your needs. The university provides a wide variety of opportunities to increase your knowledge and skills. There is something for everyone ... from new employees to experienced university personnel.

The intended audience for training and events is Kent State University faculty and staff, unless otherwise noted.

Title IX training and other professional development opportunities are NOT required of either TT or FTNTT faculty, however, it is strongly encouraged. 

Two hours of Beyond Compliance training is required of all staff and strongly encouraged of our TT and FTNTT faculty.  One of the two annual Beyond Compliance hours must be a Title IX training. You may choose from an online Title IX Training option or a facilitator-led session. (visit www.kent.edu/hr/training/beyond-compliance for dates and times).

Click here to manage your registrations and view your attendance history.

If you are interested in posting your events on this page contact HR Training and Development at 330-672-2100 or via email at hrd@kent.edu.

Month
Date
Upcoming Event
August
8/24/2022
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
LIVE VIRTUAL - Communicating Across Generations: Gen Z (BC 3 hrs)
Event is Full: Accepting Wait List Registrations
Do you communicate well with people outside of your age group? Find out how to improve communication across generations by learning more about the particular needs and characteristics of Generation Z. This workshop is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff and counts 3 hours toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
8/24/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Women's Field Hockey Title IX Education
The NCAA Board of Governors Policy on Campus Sexual Violence has several requirements, including training requirements for student-athletes. The policy requires that student-athletes are educated regarding 'sexual violence prevention, intervention and response'. Kent State is dedicated to providing a safe, healthy living and learning environment for all of our students. In response to the NCAA mandate, and in order to ensure a healthy environment, Kent State is requiring all current student-athletes to complete an online prevention education session with the Office of Gender Equity and Title IX. Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes includes information about the following topics: • Positive leadership values • Healthy and unhealthy relationships • Bullying • Sexual harassment and sexual violence • Consent • Bystander intervention strategies • Support and resources
8/26/2022
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Football Student Athlete Title IX Education
The NCAA Board of Governors Policy on Campus Sexual Violence has several requirements, including training requirements for student-athletes. The policy requires that student-athletes are educated regarding 'sexual violence prevention, intervention and response'. Kent State is dedicated to providing a safe, healthy living and learning environment for all of our students. In response to the NCAA mandate, and in order to ensure a healthy environment, Kent State is requiring all current student-athletes to complete an online prevention education session with the Office of Gender Equity and Title IX. Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes includes information about the following topics: • Positive leadership values • Healthy and unhealthy relationships • Bullying • Sexual harassment and sexual violence • Consent • Bystander intervention strategies • Support and resources
8/29/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Let's Talk Title IX (BC 1.0 hrs)
This Title IX workshop is intended to give participants an overview of the university's 5-16.2 policy on gender discrimination, gender/sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking and intimate partner violence. This workshop counts toward 1.0 hour of your annual Beyond Compliance.
September
9/1/2022
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Accessibility for Webmasters 101 (1.5 BC Hour)
*Designed for any www.kent.edu editor with existing Drupal access. Join the Digital Accessibility Team and UCM’s Web Team to discuss the fundamentals of web accessibility and how Kent State users with disabilities experience content on the web. Open to approved Drupal editors, student or employee
9/7/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Open Registration - Discovering DEI (BC 1hr)
Wondering where to start your diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) learning journey? This introductory session will allow participants to learn basic language, concepts, and explore why DEI work is important. (60 min)
9/7/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Creating Accessible Office 365 Documents (1 BC Hour)
Learn the accessibility features of and best practices for Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point, and learn how to save documents as accessible PDFs. Session includes hands-on practice. Open to students, staff, and faculty.
9/11/2022
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Athletics Title IX Education
The NCAA Board of Governors Policy on Campus Sexual Violence has several requirements, including training requirements for student-athletes. The policy requires that student-athletes are educated regarding 'sexual violence prevention, intervention and response'. Kent State is dedicated to providing a safe, healthy living and learning environment for all of our students. In response to the NCAA mandate, and in order to ensure a healthy environment, Kent State is requiring all current student-athletes to complete an online prevention education session with the Office of Gender Equity and Title IX. Sexual Assault Prevention for Student Athletes includes information about the following topics: • Positive leadership values • Healthy and unhealthy relationships • Bullying • Sexual harassment and sexual violence • Consent • Bystander intervention strategies • Support and resources
9/13/2022
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Accessibility Awareness 101 (BC 1 hr)
This is the foundational workshop for understanding accessibility at Kent State. We’ll dismantle mistaken assumptions about disability and accessibility and explore the experiences of our students with disabilities. We believe that you’ll leave with a greater understanding of the additional challenges students with disabilities face and eager to work toward Equal Access for the entire Flashes Family. Open to students, faculty and staff. This workshop counts as 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
9/15/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Stark Campus Emergency Response Plan Training (BC 1.0)
Stark Campus Safety and Security is conducting an Emergency Response Plan workshops. The sessions are designed to give participants insight and response options when encountering an emergency situation on campus. The evacuation process, assembly points, and associated procedures will be discussed. NOTE: These sessions are unique and specific to the Stark Campus.
9/20/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open Registration - Recognizing Bias (BC 1 hr)
Various people, institutions and organizations help shape the way we view the world, sometimes in inaccurate ways. Participants will learn to identify implicit and explicit biases and explore strategies for challenging them in ourselves and others. (60 min)
9/21/2022
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Safe Space Ally Training (BC 2hr)
Safe Space: Ally Training is the first training in the Kent State University Safe Space Training Series. This series is an on-going training effort through the LGBTQ+ Center and Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion's Training Lab to make our campus and communities safer places for all people regardless of sex or gender. Training participants will learn about bias, stereotypes, current vocabulary, and best practices for handling gender and sexuality topics with sensitivity. After the training, individuals receive a Safe Space Ally sign for their office, indicating their support of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer plus (LGBTQ+) community and knowledge of basic gender and sexuality concepts. Regardless of where you are on campus, if you interact with students or other employees, you will meet people who identify as LGBTQ+. Having a basic understanding of correct terminology and an understanding of what it means to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community are essential to supporting all people at this university regardless of sexual orientation and gender. There are many students, staff, faculty, and community members that want to be considered allies for the LGBTQ community, and Safe Space: Ally Training is the perfect place to start. This event is Beyond Compliance Certified for 2 hours/units. The location of this IN PERSON training will be announced 24 hours prior to the event. Please direct external registration requests to Lo Denmon at jdenmon@kent.edu.
9/21/2022
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Creating Accessible Digital Marketing (1.5 BC Hour)
Learn best practices for creating accessible social media posts, emails, newsletters, videos, and digital displays. Open to students, staff, and faculty. Highly recommended for content writers and communications employees, both staff and student.
9/21/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Let's Talk Title IX (BC 1.0 hrs)
This Title IX workshop is intended to give participants an overview of the university's 5-16.2 policy on gender discrimination, gender/sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking and intimate partner violence. This workshop counts toward 1.0 hour of your annual Beyond Compliance.
9/22/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Webinar - Public Records (BC 1hr)
Join Nichole Decaprio, General Counsel, for a discussion on public records. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff and counts 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
9/28/2022
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
LIVE VIRTUAL: Prevent Bullying in the Workplace (3 BC hrs)
Bullying happens in more places than just the playground. How should we respond to bullying in the workplace? This workshop explores what this social issue is and how we can respond by improving workplace relationships, communication and promoting healthy campus expectations. Learners will be able to: • Differentiate between bullying, harassment and normal workplace expectations • Discover tactics to prevent workplace bullying • Explore university reporting procedures for bullying • Care for yourself in the midst of bullying This workshop counts toward 3 hours of your annual Beyond Compliance goal. This workshop is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff.
9/29/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Creating an Accessible Kent State: the Value of Becoming a Student-with-Disabilities Ready University (BC 1hr)
We could be missing our chance to nurture and educate thousands of students by not valuing digital and physical accessibility enough. The National Center for Education Statistics reports that 19% of college students have at least one disability, and the chances that future and current Kent State students (and/or someone in their close circle) will have a disability are increasing as access to postsecondary education increases. This training will help you see the value of better accessibility preparedness and advocacy as one of the ways we live our Kent State values. Your buy-in can dramatically increase the impact of existing efforts and expand accessibility as a critical part of recruitment, retention, and ultimately, graduation, of Kent State students.
9/29/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar - Conducting Effective Searches (BC 1hr)
Topics disussed: • Affirmative Action Overview • Hiring Certification Course in Canvas • (Talent Acquisition) Initial rating sheets (under review by hiring manager) and Interview rating sheets • (Talen Acquisition) Making a Good-Faith Effort (interviewing qualified candidates, advertising) • Establish a diverse search committee to allow for a wide range of diverse perspectives • Evaluate candidates objectively • Applying the criteria and qualifications outline in job posting/description (ex: this candidate has an Ivy League degree) • Avoid Bias and Cognitive Errors/Distortions (labeling, Job pays too low, overqualified) • Understanding the job groups and recruitment data • Maintaining Search Records for a minimum of 3-yrs. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff and counts 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
October
10/3/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Stark Campus Question Persuade Refer (In-Person-SNB 128) 1 hour BC
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, are saying 'Yes' to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor. Included in the training will be learning both on- and off-campus resources. QPR has been approved to count for Beyond Compliance by Human Resources. Please direct any questions about this training to Kelsey Kalgreen, LPCC-S, QPR & ALiCE Instructor, Counseling Services at Kent State University at Stark at starkcounseling@kent.edu or 330-244-5048. Kent State University at Stark is committed to making its programs and activities accessible to those individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Student Accessibility Services, at 330-244-5047 or starksas@kent.edu.
10/5/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Accessibility Animals on Campus: A Furry Endeavor (BC 1hr)
Have you noticed an increase in animals on our campus? Join staff from General Counsel and Student Accessibility Services to learn more about service animals, emotional/assistance animals, and service animals in training. This webinar will review the roles of these animals on a college campus, the laws that impact each type of animal, and Kent State policies and procedures regarding each animal. Participants of this webinar will: A. Learn the difference between service animals, emotional support/assistance animals, and service animals in training. B. Identify the laws that govern the three types of animals and the impact these laws have on policy and procedure. C. Learn about KSU processes and resources regarding animals. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff. This webinar counts for 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal. Special Accommodation Requests: Kent State University is committed to making its work environment, programs and activities accessible to those individuals with disabilities. For employee, faculty and staff accessibility needs contact the Office of Compliance, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, at 330-672-2038 or aa_eoe@kent.edu. For student accessibility needs contact the office of Student Accessibility Services, at 330-672-3391 or sas@kent.edu..
10/11/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Making Documents Accessible Using Adobe Acrobat Pro (BC 1 hr)
Learn how to review PDFs for accessibility, including how to quickly identify and fix accessibility issues using Adobe Acrobat Pro’s built-in tools, resulting in an accessible PDF. Session includes hands-on practice. Open to students, staff, and faculty. *Adobe Acrobat Pro (paid), not just Adobe Reader (free), is recommended for the hands-on part of this course. If currently unavailable to you, Acrobat Pro can be purchased and downloaded at software.kent.edu.
10/11/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Stark Campus Emergency Response Plan Training (BC 1.0)
Stark Campus Safety and Security is conducting an Emergency Response Plan workshops. The sessions are designed to give participants insight and response options when encountering an emergency situation on campus. The evacuation process, assembly points, and associated procedures will be discussed. NOTE: These sessions are unique and specific to the Stark Campus.
10/17/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Open Registration - Intersectionality 101 (BC 1hr)
Intersectionality is a concept that allows us to examine multiple areas of our lives and social identities. During this session, participants will examine what it actually is, discuss the history of the theory and begin to apply an intersectional lens. (60 min)
10/18/2022
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Practical Strategies for Supporting Students’ Mental Health (BC 1.5hr)
Mental well-being can impact student success in and out of the classroom. In this webinar, participants will learn about common mental health concerns that college students may face, how these concerns might present in this population, and how to recognize potential signs of distress. Participants will also develop practical tools to help students more effectively manage their distress and will be provided with opportunities to practice these techniques. Presenters: Jennifer Knott, Counseling & Psychological Services Kelly Tilley, Counseling & Psychological Services This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff and counts 1.5 hours toward you annual Beyond Compliance goal.
10/18/2022
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Accessibility for Webmasters 201: Toolbox and Audit (1 BC Hour)
In this workshop, we’ll use Siteimprove’s Quality Assurance and Accessibility modules to quickly identify, prioritize and fix issues on your website, teach you to audit and remediate your content more effectively, and explore Siteimprove’s built-in reporting tools to help you keep track of the progress you make and share that information with the people who need it.
10/25/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Let's Talk Title IX (BC 1.0 hrs)
This Title IX workshop is intended to give participants an overview of the university's 5-16.2 policy on gender discrimination, gender/sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking and intimate partner violence. This workshop counts toward 1.0 hour of your annual Beyond Compliance.
10/25/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open Registration - Addressing Microaggressions (BC 1hr)
Discover how everyday comments and actions can unintentionally hurt or harm someone. Participants will build skills and practice strategies to recognize and interrupt microaggressions. (60 min)
10/31/2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Stark Campus Emergency Response Plan Training (BC 1.0)
Stark Campus Safety and Security is conducting an Emergency Response Plan workshops. The sessions are designed to give participants insight and response options when encountering an emergency situation on campus. The evacuation process, assembly points, and associated procedures will be discussed. NOTE: These sessions are unique and specific to the Stark Campus.
November
11/1/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar - Allyship (BC 1hr)
Join AJ Conway for a discussion on allyship. More details coming! This webinar is counts 1 hr toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
11/3/2022
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Creating Accessible Office 365 Documents (1 BC Hour)
Learn the accessibility features of and best practices for Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point, and learn how to save documents as accessible PDFs. Session includes hands-on practice. Open to students, staff, and faculty.
11/9/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar - What is NeuroDiversity? (BC 1hr)
Neurodiversity is about removing the stigma around disability. Join Zach Strickler, Student Accessibility Services, for a discussion on changing the way disability is viewed from an all-encompassing characteristic to a facet of one's identity. This will be done by discussing what stigmas are present, why the term neurodiversity was coined and how we can reframe our thoughts. This webinar counts 1.0 hrs toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff.
11/10/2022
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Open Registration - Working Towards Equity (BC 1.5 hrs)
Have you noticed the conversation shift towards equity and away from equality? This session will examine why. Participants will explore the concept of equity and begin to understand individual and institutional detours to achieving it. (90 min)
11/15/2022
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
LIVE VIRTUAL - Happiness in the Workplace (BC 3hr)
What exactly is happiness? Why is it important at work?  How can you spread it throughout the workplace?  Join us for the answers to these questions and learn how being positive can enhance one’s psychological state. Learners will answer: - What is happiness? How do you define it? - Why is happiness important at work to you? - How do you bring Happiness into the workplace? This workshop is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff. This workshop counts 3 hours toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
11/15/2022
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Writing Accessible Code (1 BC Hour)
Writing accessible code is an essential development skill and a necessity for potential or current students, faculty, or staff who access your digital content or application via many different devices, interfaces, and assistive technologies. Accessible code is easier to write, easier to understand, and enables the greatest amount of access to the information that you care about, but it also ensures an equitable experience for all Kent State users.
11/16/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Let's Talk Title IX (BC 1.0 hrs)
This Title IX workshop is intended to give participants an overview of the university's 5-16.2 policy on gender discrimination, gender/sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking and intimate partner violence. This workshop counts toward 1.0 hour of your annual Beyond Compliance.
11/17/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar - Supporting the unknown need: Assisting students with obtaining food, housing, and financial security (BC 1hr)
Did you know 1 in 3 students experience food insecurity and 56% of students experience housing insecurity at some point during their college tenure? Research shows that in order for students to thrive academically and socially, it is essential that their basic needs are met first. Join us to learn about how we connect students to basic needs resources so you can focus on supporting their academic success. This webinar counts 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff.
11/21/2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Open Registration - Understanding Race and Racism (BC 1.5 hrs)
Race and racism are significant parts of our society and shape the way it works. Participants will explore their own understandings, discuss how racism is upheld through policy and practice, and develop strategies to disrupt it. (90-120 min)
11/29/2022
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Accessibility for Webmasters 201: Strategy (1 BC Hour)
In this workshop, we’ll review the important concepts learned throughout the 101 and 201 courses and see how they fit into creating a long term and sustainable web accessibility strategy for your department or divisional website. We’ll teach you how to explain your new accessibility strategy to others, help you leverage the strengths of teammates for greater accessibility, and show you how to be an advocate for digital accessibility in areas beyond web development.
December
12/1/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Accessibility Awareness 101 (BC 1 hr)
This is the foundational workshop for understanding accessibility at Kent State. We’ll dismantle mistaken assumptions about disability and accessibility and explore the experiences of our students with disabilities. We believe that you’ll leave with a greater understanding of the additional challenges students with disabilities face and eager to work toward Equal Access for the entire Flashes Family. Open to students, faculty and staff. This workshop counts as 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
12/1/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Let's Talk Title IX (BC 1.0 hrs)
This Title IX workshop is intended to give participants an overview of the university's 5-16.2 policy on gender discrimination, gender/sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking and intimate partner violence. This workshop counts toward 1.0 hour of your annual Beyond Compliance.
12/6/2022
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Creating Accessible Digital Marketing (1 BC Hour)
Learn best practices for creating accessible social media posts, emails, newsletters, videos, and digital displays. Open to students, staff, and faculty. Highly recommended for content writers and communications employees, both staff and student.
12/7/2022
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Accessibility for Webmasters 101 (1.5 BC Hour)
Join the Digital Accessibility Team and UCM’s Web Team to discuss the fundamentals of web accessibility and how Kent State users with disabilities experience content on the web. You’ll learn the accessibility policies and legal requirements governing Kent State’s digital presence, see some examples of good (and bad) web accessibility, and sample digital tools that help monitor the accessibility of your www.kent.edu websites.
12/8/2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Open Registration - Creating an Inclusive Workplace (BC 1.5 hrs)
What does an inclusive workplace look like and how can we create one? Participants will explore these questions, learn some basics and strategize on how they can contribute to making a more inclusive work environment. (90-120 min)
12/8/2022
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Making Documents Accessible Using Adobe Acrobat Pro (BC 1 hr)
Learn how to review PDFs for accessibility, including how to quickly identify and fix accessibility issues using Adobe Acrobat Pro’s built-in tools, resulting in an accessible PDF. Session includes hands-on practice. Open to students, staff, and faculty. *Adobe Acrobat Pro (paid), not just Adobe Reader (free), is recommended for the hands-on part of this course. If currently unavailable to you, Acrobat Pro can be purchased and downloaded at software.kent.edu.
12/13/2022
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
LIVE VIRTUAL - Appreciation in the Workplace (BC 2hr)
Appreciation is defined as 'recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something.' Do you know how to effectively appreciate your coworkers in ways meaningful to them? Based on the book Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, you will: - Define how appreciation in the workplace feels to you and others - Learn how appreciation differs from recognition - Explore the 5 Languages of Appreciation Comes prepared to 'appreciate' the people you work with! This workshop is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff. This workshop counts 2 hours toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
12/15/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Webinar - Parenting Students (BC 1hr)
Students raising their own children while pursuing an education are a rapidly growing demographic across the nation’s higher ed. landscape. Kent State University is certainly no different. This training will offer an overview of national and KSU data, population needs, initiatives for support, and ways in which you can make a difference in your work and classrooms. Presenters: Josh Rider, Center for Adult and Veteran Services Sarah Helmick, Center for Adult and Veteran Services Deanna Donaugh, Academic Engagement and Degree Completion This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff and counts 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
January
1/11/2023
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar - Stalking Prevention (BC 1hr)
Join SRVSS office staff for a discussion on a student stalking prevention. Content to be announced. This webinar counts 1 hr toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff.
February
2/14/2023
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Webinar - Microaggressions (BC 1hr)
Join AJ Conway for a discussion of microaggressions. Content coming soon! This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff. This webinar counts 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
2/28/2023
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Webinar - Employment Law Overview (BC 1hr)
Join David Ochmann, General Counsel, for discussion of key employment laws. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff and counts 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.
June
6/21/2023
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Webinar - Campus Security Authorities (BC 1hr)
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, 20 USC 1092(f) (part of the Higher Education Act of 1965), is a federal law that requires universities disclose certain information about campus crime and security policies. Universities are required to publish an annual report every year by October 1st containing three years’ worth of campus crime statistics, as well as certain security policy statements, including, but not limited to, policies regarding sexual assault, the law enforcement authority of campus police, and where students should go to report crimes. You, and members of your office/department have been identified as Campus Security Authorities (CSA). If you meet one of the following criteria, you are likely a CSA: 1) duties include security responsibilities on campus; 2) duties include serving as someone people are required to report crime to; 3) campus official with significant responsibility for student and campus activities (ex: student housing, student groups, etc.). If you are made aware of a crime that has occurred on campus, on public property adjacent to campus, or on property owned or controlled by the university, you are obligated to report it to Kent State University Police Services. Reports should be made in a timely manner, and include as much information as possible about the nature and location of the crime. This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff. This webinar counts for 1 hour toward your annual Beyond Compliance goal.