Join us for a panel discussion – Cyberbullying: What to do if it happens to you – October 28
Cyberbullying can happen to anyone.
Join us on October 28 for a panel discussion on cyberbullying online harassment, and what you can do if it’s happening to you.
Cyberbullying includes everything from stalking, threats, and impersonation, to sharing information with the intent to embarrass another person online.
Attend this session to learn more about what you can do if you, or someone you know, is experiencing harassment online.
- Name: Cyberbulling: What to do if it happens to you
- Date: Monday, October 28, 2019
- Time: 10:00 am – noon
- Location: MN3230 (Collaborative and Digital Research Space)
The panelists for this discussion bring expertise from across U of T:
- Andrea Carter, Assistant Dean, Student Wellness, Support & Success, Student Affairs
- Robert Messacar, Director, Campus Police Services
- Nythalah Baker, Equity & Diversity Officer, Office of the Vice President & Principal
- Henna Khawja, Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Coordinator, Tri-campus Sexual Violence Prevention & Support Centre
- Luke Barber, Director, Information & Instructional Technology Services (moderator)
Cybersecurity Awareness Month
This event was planned as part of UTM’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This October, UTM Information & Instructional Technology Services (I&ITS) in collaboration with U of T’s Security Matters team have planned a number of events and activities for Cybersecurity Awareness Month in conjunction with other groups across the UTM campus.
Check our Cybersecurity Awareness Month page often for updates on cybersecurity-related events and activities during the month of October.