October 1, 2019: Title IX Office discusses accessibility at first Town Hall

Alex Dixon

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For the first time since its creation in 2015, Pitt’s Title IX office released data this summer reporting its activity over the course of the school year.

According to Katie Pope, the coordinator of the Title IX office, the report is part of a general push to make the office more accessible to the Pitt community. A sparsely attended town hall Pope hosted Tuesday in the William Pitt Union’s sixth floor meeting room was another part of the initiative.

“We’ve been discussing in the office ways we can really be more present on campus and better ways for faculty and staff to get to know our office,” Pope said at the town hall, comparing the event to the monthly Dean’s Hour sessions hosted by Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner.

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