Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2016, $148,764)
The SMART Office seeks to fund up to two fellowship positions focusing on enhancing its capacity to provide assistance and support to public or private colleges and universities on their response to, prevention of, and education about sexual violence and other sex offending behaviors on college campuses. Funding for this project is authorized under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016.
The goal of the SMART FY 16 Sex Offender Management Fellowship Programs fellowship is to build a foundation within the field of sex offender management for the integration of effective approaches to sexual violence prevention and educational programming on college campuses. Ms. Katherine Hanna will use her expertise to build effective partnerships between the sex offender management field, the rape crisis advocacy field, institutions of higher education, and Federal agency subject matter experts and by leveraging her role on the Board of Directors with the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence. ca/ncf