Memphis Safe Campus Consortium
A Project of the United States Department of Justice to Reduce Violence Against Women
on College Campuses
As part of the Memphis Safe Campus Consortium (MSCC), the UofM Center for Research
on Women (CROW) was awarded funding in 2007 from the Department of Justice, Office
of Violence Against Women, to help create a community-wide protocol for (1) responding
to, (2) educating college students, faculty and staff about, and (3) preventing and
reducing incidents of, violence against women on college campuses in Memphis. CROW was charged with coordinating all MSCC activities, training and materials on
the UofM campus.
Members of the MSCC included the University of Memphis, Crichton College, Christian
Brothers University, and Rhodes College, along with the Memphis Sexual Assault Resource
Center, The Exchange Club Family Center, the Memphis Crisis Center, and the Shelby
County Crime Victims Center.
By approving CROW’s participation in this grant application, the University of Memphis
Administration agreed to support and assist CROW as we worked with our Consortium
partners and a University-wide Safe Campus Advisory Committee to:
1) Develop support services programs, including psychological counseling for victims
of violence on the UofM Campus.
2) Conduct trainings on the impact of violence against women, and means to reduce violence
against women, for UofM safety and security employees, campus judicial boards, students,
athletes, faculty, staff, and applicable contract vendors.
3) Develop and implement effective campus policies, protocols, orders, and services specifically
devoted to prevent, identify, and respond to violent crimes against women on the UofM
4) Improve methods of communication between local and campus law enforcement and victim
service providers to ensure a coordinated community response to violence against women
on the UofM campus
5) Conduct data analysis and project evaluation for the MSCC.
The Center for Research on Women conducted research on the safety of female students
on the University of Memphis campus. CROW is currently analyzing this data. Check
back soon for a full report!
In addition, the Center has assembled a University-wide Safe Campus Task Force. Members include:
Melinda Jones, Director of University Honors, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anice R. Modesto, Psychologist Center for Counseling Learning and Testing, email@example.com
Mary Wright, Research and Development UofM Police Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynn Parkes, Associate Athletic Director, email@example.com
Brenda Cash, CHAMPS/Life Skills Athletics, firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Armitage, Associate Dean Student Resident Life and Dining, email@example.com
Dr. Jenina Cantler, Assistant Director Resident Life and Dining Services Administration, firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Lawhead, Associate Dean for Student Leadership and Involvement, email@example.com
Angie Dunlap, Coordinator Student Activities for Student Leadership and Involvement, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Adames, President Student Activities Council, email@example.com
Crystal Hoonhorst, Speaker of the Senate, Student Government Association, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessie Mills, Athletic Academic Counselor, email@example.com
Linda Hall, Minority Affairs Coordinator, Lghall1@memphis.edu
Dr. Dwayne Scott, Associate Dean of Students for Judicial and Ethical Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqueline De Fouw, Health Educator, Student Health Services, email@example.com
Dr. Anita D. Boykins, Assistant Professor, Loewenberg School of Nursing (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) , firstname.lastname@example.org
Destin Tucker, Coordinator New Student Orientation Special Events, email@example.com
How To Get Involved
If you are a member of the University of Memphis community and would like to be a
part of the Safe Campus Task Force please contact the Center for Research on Women at 678-2770.