Catherine Riley is the lead author of Title IX and the Protection of Pregnant and Parenting College Students, is a former Part-Time Assistant Professor at Wake Forest University, and is the owner and consultant of Supportive Spaces Consulting, LLC. This month, she joined host Chloe Boyle on Pregnancy Has Entered the Chat to discuss “Pregnancy on the College Campus”.
Whether we realize it or not, pregnancy happens on every college campus, and you may be reading because you’re pregnant in college. Discover the resources available to empower you to thrive in your pregnancy and collegiate career.
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0:31 – Catherine’s Introduction
2:12 – What would you say to someone pregnant in college?
3:18 – How common is pregnancy in college?
5:05 – Resources Title IX Affords Students
7:48 – How Universities Implement Title IX
10:03 – Who to Go to for Support on Campus
12:51 – Where else can students go for support in their college towns?
17:12 – What inspired you to write Title IX and the Protection of Pregnant and Parenting College Students?
19:41 – What is helpful for women to know about their bodies and fertility?
26:55 – How can colleges create supportive spaces for women and men who are pregnant and parenting? How can students advocate for themselves and one another?
34:27– Catherine’s Why for Serving People
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