Dr. Gregory to lecture in South Africa

Dennis Gregory headshot

In April, Dr. Gregory will travel to South Africa where he will be presenting a series of speeches and lectures. The first of these, on April 25th, will be an open lecture to the faculty, staff and students of Tshwane University of Technology Soshanguve Campus entitled Creating an Environment in which Student Affairs and Campus Security Can Work Together for the Safety and Development of Students and Institutions.

On April 26-28 he will present five papers at the Colloquium for Rural Institutions of Higher Learning in Africa at the University of Venda in Vhembe, Limpopo Province, South Africa, including

  1. Student Affairs and Campus Security: Creating Partnerships to Ensure Campus Safety and Student Development
  2. The Protection of Freedom of Expression in Higher Education in the United States and South Africa: A Comparison of the Promotion of Civility and Freedom From Harassment
  3. Students With Disabilities on American Campuses: Federal Laws and Their Growing Impact on the Provision of Equality for American Students
  4. Preventing Sexual Assault on Campus: Developing a Bystander Intervention Model Using the Clery Campus Safety Act and the Violence Against Women Act
  5. The Impact of the Clery Campus Safety Act on Crime on American Campuses