Taking action on a recommendation from an external review conducted by legal firm Pepper Hamilton, CU announced Monday a nationwide search for a Title IX programs director, according to a news release by the university.

CU looking for campus Title IX director

Taking action on a recommendation from an external review conducted by legal firm Pepper Hamilton, CU announced Monday a nationwide search for a Title IX programs director, according to a news release by the university.

The director will report directly to Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano, the release said, and will be in charge of initiating and overseeing educational programs regarding sexual harassment and violence.

“While the Pepper Hamilton report found that our campus is in compliance with the law, I want our new Title IX director to take us to the next level and make us a national model,” DiStefano said.

The university is accepting applications until March 10. The job posting can be found here.

Contact CU Independent Editor-in-Chief Annie Melton at anne.melton@colorado.edu.

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