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Papers Accession ARCH-2015-156

 

Memorabilia Series 1

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Memorabilia Binder

Box 16

Table of Contents

Related Materials

See electronic records series for inventory.
Box 16

Speaking Truth Moving Sand: Why It Matters 2014

Scope and Contents

Stanford Women's Leadership Conference. Baran was asked to speak about how she got to where she is professionally. Baran spoke about Stanford controversies and burn-out.
Includes full PowerPoint.

Related Materials

See electronic records series for details.
Box 16

History of Beliefs

Box 16

Letter from Founder

Box 16

High School Op-Ed 1996

Box 16

Interview with Nicole Baran Seneca International 2013

Box 16

“Maestro Market Interview” 2012

Box 16

Speeches

Box 16

Victim Blaming speech 2007

Box 16

Take Back the Night Speeches 2007-2011

Box 16

Progress Reports Fundraising Letters 2006-2011

Box 16

Testimonials

Box 16

Center Programming Testimonials

Box 16

FEMST 138/238 Testimonials 2012

Box 16

Accomplishments

Box 16

Nicole Baran Resume 2014

Related Materials

See electronic records series for details.
Box 16

Nicole Op-Ed: Stanford Drops the Ball on Sexual Assault Case 2014

Scope and Contents

Baran's 2014 Stanford Daily critique of how Stanford responds to sexual violence. Includes twitter screen shot.
Box 16

League of Women Voters 2011

Scope and Contents

Baran was honored as a Rising Star by the SF League of Women Voters, along with Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
Box 16

SF Examiner, “Celebrating 100 Years of Suffrage” 2011 Feb 15

Box 16

Some Emails 2006-2008

Box 16

to anne firth murray email. you are inspiring and I am tired 2014

Box 16

Center Brochures

Box 16

Newspaper Articles about Center 2007, 2010

Box 16

Promotional Materials

Box 16

Volunteer Intern Thank Yous

Box 16

Client Thank Yous

Box 16

Org Participant Numbers: All 2006-2014

Box 16

Participant Numbers: Stanford University 2006-2010

 

How to Develop an Intern Program

Box 16

How to Develop an Manual Created by Center: How to Develop an Intern Program to End VAW 2012

Scope and Contents

This manual can be found at www.stoprelationshipabuse.org and can be used by any organization or intern wishing to start an intern program.
 

Miscellaneous Memorabilia

Box 16

Office Library Bibliography - Books and Media 2015

Box 16

Office Library - Books

Related Materials

See electronic records series for details.
Box 16

Office Library - Media

Related Materials

See electronic records series for details.
Box 16

Feminist Studies Posters

Box 16

Nicole on KQED - Forum

Box 16

Mirkarimi 2013

Scope and Contents

Includes the notes and speech for Baran's city hall statement calling on city council to remove SF Sheriff Mirkarimi from office after he was charged with domestic violence. Mirkarimi was not removed and attended a batterer's intervention program, which is what the sheriff is responsible for overseeing.
 

Board Orientation Manual

Box 16

Organization Information

Box 16

Community/Public Relations

Box 16

Finances

Box 16

Board Operations

Box 16

Fundraising

Box 16

Corporate Documents

Box 16

Domestic Violence Information

Box 16

Agendas/Minutes

 

Provost Proposal Series 2

Scope and Contents

In 2010, Baran was asked by the Provost, John Etchemendy, to write a proposal to establish the first office of sexual assault and relationship abuse at Stanford.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 16

Stanford Pay Structure 2010

Box 16

Provost Proposal Prep 2010

Scope and Contents

After asking for input and feedback from relevant department heads, a delay of 5 weeks from Baran's initial proposal draft occurred due to one department head’s refusal to budge on changing the percentage of time allocated to direct service (advocacy) by the director; he wanted it to be 25% without relevant rationale. Baran had made it 5% while allocating a full time position to direct service in order to ensure the director, with limited resources and staff, would have time to properly train all other first responders and make important policy changes without being pulled away for advocacy services that could be conducted by the full time advocacy position written into the proposal. This is consistent with best practices. The justification for this allocation by Baran is included in this folder. See Memorabilia Binder for unsent letter by Baran about this incident; it is in Speaking Truth and Moving Sand.
Box 16

Original Job Description (with 5%) - Proposal 2010

Scope and Contents

Ultimately, Nicole was forced to change it to 20% from 5%.
Box 16

Final Proposal 2010

Box 16

Job Descriptions 2010

Box 16

Office Flowchart 2010

Box 16

Angela Exson 2010

 

FEMST 138: Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues and Prevention Course Readers Series 3

Scope and Contents

The course reader for 2013 was online instead; there were changes from 2012.
Box 7

Entire Course Reader originals

Box 7

Problematic Quotes 2013

Box 7

VAW Articles and Literature

Box 7

Additions 2008

Box 7

Old Course Readings 2007 Winter

Box 7

Articles removed from syllabus

Box 7

Optional Readings

Box 7

Course Reader 2007

Box 7

Course Reader 2008

Box 7

Course Reader 2009

Box 7

Course Reader 2010

Box 7

Course Reader 2011

Box 7

Course Reader 2012

 

FEMST 138: Violence Against Women: Theories, Issues, and Prevention Course Materials Series 4

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Course Development

Box 31

Initial Feminist Studies Correspondence

Scope and Contents

This was the initial correspondence by Baran to house the formerly PEDS 215 course as a Feminist Studies course.
Box 31

Gender GER Rationale/WAYS

Box 31

Directed Reading Proposal

Box 31

Course Justification 2011

Box 31

Humbio Proposal 2012

Box 31

FEMST 100 Proposal 2013 Jan 24

Box 31

Course Development (not complete)

Box 31

Syllabi to Review (not complete)

Box 31

Curriculum Ideas (not complete)

Box 31

What Love Means

 

Folder Organization for Course 2013

Scope and Contents

These files were used to organize the course each year, often by an intern.
Box 31

For Instructor Tuesday

Box 31

For Instructor Thursday 2013

Box 31

Sign-In Sheets 2013

Box 31

Handouts for Students 2013

Box 31

Course Assignments 2013

Box 31

Syllabus 2013

Box 31

Service Learning 2013

Box 31

Extra Handouts 2013

Box 31

Pre-Tests (Blank) 2013

Box 31

Make-Up Work 2013

Box 31

Research Proposals 2013

Box 31

Reading Journals 2013

Box 31

Graded Reading Journal 2013

Box 31

Safety Plans 2013

Box 31

Graded Safety Plan 2013

Box 31

Lit. Review 2013

Box 31

Post/Pre Tests (Completed) 2013

 

Course Information 2012 Fall

Box 31

Course Information 2012 Fall

 

Course Handouts by Class 2011

Box 31

Course Reader Table of Contents/Syllabus 2013

Box 31

Week 1A - Introduction Readings 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 1B - Interpersonal Institutional Tactics 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 2A - Masculinity Violence 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 2B - Femst Theories of Relationship Abuse 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 3A - Heterosexism Same-Sex 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 3B - Feminist Theories Sexual Violence 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 4A - Integrating Theory into Practice 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 4B - Defending Their Lives 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 5A - Anti-Feminist Backlash 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 5B - Feminist Theories Perspectives on Gender Violence 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 6A - Tensions with Criminal Justice 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 6B - Children/Teens College 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 7A - Community Organizing, Helping Friends 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 7B - Community Accountability 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 8B - Anti-Violence Movement Building 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 9A - Challenging Victim Blaming 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 9B - Language Violence, Media Literacy 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 10A - Presentations 2011 Fall

Box 31

Week 10B - Movement in Practice 2011 Fall

Box 31

Section Handouts (extra) 2011 Fall

 

Course Handouts 2010

Box 31

Day 1 Extra Handouts 2010

Box 31

Day 3 Extra Handouts (LGBT) 2010

Box 31

Day 8 Backlash Handouts 2010

Box 31

Day 9 Feminist Theories of Gender Violence 2010

Box 31

Day 10 Children/Teens College 2010

Box 31

Day 12 Extra Handouts (Transnational) 2010

Box 31

Day 14 Extra Handouts (Community Accountability) 2010

Box 31

Day 15 Extra Handouts 2010

Box 31

Day 16 Media Handouts 2010

Box 31

Day 17 Extra Handouts 2010

Box 31

Day 18 FAQs 2010

Box 31

Day 19 Course Evals 2010

Box 31

Section F10 2010

Box 31

Course Assignments 2010

Box 31

For Section, Instructor Notes 2010

 

Syllabi

Box 31

Syllabus 2008 Fall

Box 31

Syllabus 2007 Spring

Box 31

Syllabus 2009 Fall

Box 31

Syllabus 2010

 

Course Information 2007 Winter

Box 31

Course Information: Course Assignments 2007 Winter

Box 31

Course Information: Syllabus 2007 Winter

 

Miscellaneous Handouts

Box 31

In Class Handouts

Box 31

Handouts Packet

Box 31

Extra Copies - Readings/Articles

Box 31

Handouts to be Distributed

Box 31

Handout Originals

Box 31

VAW Course Handouts

Box 31

Legislative Successes

Box 31

Poems

Box 31

Electronic Handouts

 

FEMST 138: Violence Against Women: Theories, Issues, and Prevention Course Binders Series 5

Scope and Contents

Courses taught and developed by Nicole Baran: Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues and Prevention, Winter & Spring 2006/2007: PEDS 215. The course was first housed under Pediatrics until Fall 2007 when it became FEMST 138 Fall 2007: FEMST 138/238; Fall 2008: FEMST 138/238; Fall 2009: FEMST 138/238; Fall 2010: FEMST 138/238; Fall 2011: FEMST 138/238; Fall 2012: FEMST 138/238; Fall 2013: FEMGEN 138/238 (HUMBIO 178V).

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.

Related Materials

See Box 29 for FEMST 100.
 

Course Binders

Scope and Contents

These were the course binders created by the Course Intern(s) and used by them to organize handouts, etc. Not all lesson plans are present (PowerPoints); not all handouts are present. These course binders do not reflect the course in its entirety.
Box 15

Violence Against Women Course 2007 Spring

Box 15

Violence Against Women Course 2008 Fall

Box 15

Violence Against Women Course 2009 Fall

Box 15

Violence Against Women Course 2010 Fall

Box 15

Violence Against Women Course 2011 Fall

Box 15

Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues, and Prevention, Femstd. 138 2012 Fall

Box 15

"Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues, and Prevention" FEMGEN 138/238 (HUMBIO 178V) 2013 Fall

Related Materials

See electronic records series for details.
Box 15

Course Documents

Box 15

Evaluations and Pre/Post Tests

Box 15

Student Submitted Quotes

Box 15

1A VAW as a Human Rights Issue: The Intersection of Oppression and Violence

Box 15

1B Understanding the Problem: Individual and Institutional Tactics of Power and Control

Box 15

2A Feminist Theories of Masculinity and Violence

Box 15

2B Feminist Theories of Relationship Abuse

Box 15

3A Heterosexism and Same-Gender Relationship Abuse

Box 15

3B Feminist Theories About Sexual Violence

Box 15

4A Feminist Perspectives on Gender Violence

Box 15

4B Integrating Theory and Practice: Research Methods

Box 15

5A Women's Voices: Defending Their Lives

Box 15

5B The Anti-Feminist Backlash: Gender Neutralization

Box 15

6A Tensions with the Criminal Justice System

Box 15

6B Systemic Re-Victimization of Children in the Context

Box 15

7A Community Organizing: Helping Friends Women- Defined Safety Planning

Box 15

7B Community Accountability

Box 15

8A Transnational Perspectives on Violence

Box 15

8B Anti-Feminist Movement Building

Box 15

9A Challenging Victim Blaming

Box 15

9B Media Violence Media Justice: A Critical Analysis

Box 15

10A Presentations: Frequently Asked Questions

Box 15

10B Movement in Practice: Challenges, Successes and Self-Care

 

Student Certification Training Seminar: FEMGEN 100 Series 6

Scope and Contents

This was an 8-hour training that Baran delivered to interns and other student leaders. This box is incomplete as it does not have the trainings for 2012. through 2014. Baran ended up offering it as a course in 2013 called FEMGEN100: Awareness to Action Workshop: Ending Violence Against Women. This may be added later to the electronic records series. Coordinating this training was an intern project. Baran presented.

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 29

Awareness to Action, Participant Folder 2013 May 18

Box 29

Certification 2011 Apr 23

Box 29

Originals - Handouts to Copy

Box 29

Freeze Scene - Actor Scripts

Box 29

Presenter - Student Training Handouts

Box 29

Yeardley Love Case

Box 29

Student Cert - Extra Certificates

Box 29

Student Certification 2010 Jan 23

Box 29

Presenter Folder - Nicole

Box 29

Actor Scripts 2011 Apr 23

Box 29

Center Training Certificates

Box 29

Relationship Abuse Training Seminar: Participant Folder Template 2010 Spring

Box 29

Presenter Folder Template 2010 Spring

Box 29

Student Training Seminar Handouts

Box 29

FAQ from training for possible follow-up session 2009 Jan 24

Box 29

Old Handouts

Box 29

Student Training Seminar 2009 Jan 24

Box 29

Presenter - Student Training

Box 29

Presenter Folder Template 2009 Spring

Box 29

Relationship Abuse Training Seminar

Box 29

Relationship Abuse Training Seminar: Sample Participant Folder 2010 Jan 23

Box 29

Relationship Abuse Training Seminar: Participant Packet template (training) 2009 Apr 11

 

Organization How-Tos Series 7

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.

Related Materials

See Box 16 for the Center's manual on How to Start an Intern Program.
 

The Center How-To Binder

Scope and Contents

This How-To Binder was created by interns over the years so that any task could be replicated by a new intern. This could be useful for people starting intern programs, but it is very specific to the Center.
Box 14

AAA

Box 14

Accounting

Box 14

Administrative

Box 14

Board of Directors

Box 14

Direct Service

Box 14

Dorm Outreach

Box 14

Fundraising

Box 14

Thank You's

Box 14

Training

Box 14

On Campus How to Run a Workshop

Box 14

Volunteer Coordinator

Box 14

Publicity

Box 14

Grants

Box 14

Facebook

Box 14

Course

Box 14

Tabling

Box 14

Events

Box 14

Positions

Box 14

Website

Box 14

Grant Deadlines

Box 14

Miscellaneous

Box 14

How to Create a Brochure

Box 14

Old How-Tos

 

Intern/Next Generation Leadership Program Series 8

Scope and Contents

The Center managed between 5 to 20 interns at one time, including a summer internship program of 2-4 interns. It was started as a leadership program with the intent of creating opportunities for students to affect change in ending VAW in any discipline they chose. Once the Center started the OVW Grant at Stanford, the intern program became a project of the grant. When the Center left Stanford, the intern leadership program continued as the Next Generation Leadership Program.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Intern Program

Related Materials

See Box 16 for the intern manual for more recent documents. The intern recruitment and application process was moved online to www.stoprelationshipabuse.org and has subsequently been removed. See electronic records series for details.
Box 14

Intern Recruitment

Box 14

Intern Interviews

Box 14

Intern Onboarding

Box 14

Intern Tasks Responsibilities

Box 14

Sign Up Sheets

Box 14

Recruitment

Box 14

Summer Wrap Up Packets

Box 14

Volunteer Orientation Manual

 

Young Women's Leadership Retreat

Scope and Contents

This retreat was meant for interns or students from the region (including Santa Cruz and Berkeley) to take their activism to the next level.
Box 14

Intern Program Volunteer Orientation

Box 14

YWLR Sample Participant Folder 2012 May 19-20

Box 14

YWLR Sample Panelist Folder 2012 May 19-20

Box 14

YWLR Sample Leader Folder 2012 May 12-20

Box 14

Action Plans

 

Intern Projects

Scope and Contents

These were sample projects that were part of the first-second group of student interns associated with the OVW Grant. Students were expected to choose a campus population for targeted educational activities.
Box 14

Legislation

Box 14

Student Committees

Box 14

Intern Sustainability Packet: Is It Possible to Get Frat Guys to Care About Violence Against Women? 2008 May 31

Box 14

Stanford Partnership to End Violence against Women: Intern Sustainability Plan June 12, 2008 2008 Jun 12

Box 14

Final Sustainability Plan; Internship Winter 2007-Spring 2008 2008 Jun 4

Box 14

Final Intern Plan: Latino Population

Box 14

Final Report: Target Population - ISC Sororities 2008 May 26

Box 14

Final Intern Sustainability Plan: Intern Coordinator 2008 Jun

Box 14

Intern Sustainability Plan: Men and Men Against Abuse Now (MAAN) 2008 May

 

Center Handouts Series 9

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

These handouts, including drafts, were used for Center trainings and workshops. Most of them were developed by the Center and can be found at www.stoprelationshipabuse.org.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.

Related Materials

See electronic records series for details.
 

Evaluations

Box 21

Mentors in Violence Evaluations

Box 21

Blank Evaluations

 

Handouts

Box 21

Organizing College Campuses against Dating Abuse

Box 21

CA Penal Code Charges

Box 21

12 Excuses of Perpetrators

Box 21

Abuser Accountability

Box 21

Alcohol and Sexual Assault: The Connection

Box 21

Backlash Handouts

Box 21

Barriers to Leaving

Box 21

Brainstorm Tactics

Box 21

Batterers

Box 21

BIP Handouts

Box 21

CA Handouts

Box 21

Case Scenarios: RDs

Box 21

Case Scenarios (1-3 Dyad and A-D Guide)

Box 21

Case Scenarios and Instructions for Actors

Box 21

Case Scenarios: Judicial Affairs

Box 21

Case Scenarios: Natali/Dyad Activity/B C

Box 21

Children

Box 21

Legal Bias Against Rape Victims

Box 21

Mandatory Reporting and DV

Box 21

Lyrics – "Love the Way You Lie"

Box 21

MAAN Member Packet

Box 21

Men Handouts

Box 21

Model Workplace Policy

Box 21

The Rules/Paperfold

Box 21

Oh the Places Scripts

Box 21

PHE Handouts

Box 21

Possible Responses

Box 21

Power and Control Wheels

Box 21

Protocols

Box 21

Rape Myth Statements

Box 21

Red Flags/Brainstorm

Box 21

Resources for Health Care Providers

Box 21

Responding to Relationship Abuse: Who to Call

Box 21

Student Quotes

Box 21

Safety Planning

Box 21

Safety Planning Form

Box 21

Paper Fold Template

Box 21

RA Handouts

Box 21

Sign-Up Sheets

Box 21

Safety Planning for Adult Survivors

Box 21

Safety Planning with Children

Box 21

Same-Sex Handouts

Box 21

Supportive Interventions

Box 21

"Untold Stories of Sexual Assault at Duke"

Box 21

Saturday Night: Untold Stories

Box 21

Resource Checklist

Box 21

Tech Safety

Box 21

Teen Domestic Violence Poems

Box 21

The Rules/Good Wife's Guide

Box 21

The Rules/Red Flags

Box 21

Types of Abuse

Box 21

VAW Fact Sheet

Box 21

Victim Blaming

Box 21

Victim Blaming

Box 21

Warning Signs/Red Flags

Box 21

What Is Wrong with Mutual Orders…

Box 21

What Men Can Do to Stop Relationship Abuse

Box 21

Judicial

Box 21

A - Medical Packet 1

Box 21

A - Medical Packet 2

Box 21

A - Medical Packet 3

Box 21

B - Medical Packet 1

Box 21

B - Medical Packet 2

Box 21

B - Medical Packet 3

Box 21

Dating Violence Post Test

Box 21

Healthy Relationships

Box 21

Teen Resources

Box 21

How to Help

Box 21

David/Maria

Box 21

Judicial Affairs

Box 21

MSW 2006

Box 21

MSW 2007

Box 21

RA Packets 2008

Box 21

Center Handout Binder

Box 21

Warning Signs/Types

Box 21

Power and Control Wheels

Box 21

How to Help and Safety Planning

Box 21

Perpetrators/Accountability

Box 21

Men

Box 21

Sexual Assault

Box 21

Legal

Box 21

Children

Box 21

Activism

Box 21

Gender/Backlash

Box 21

LGBTQ

Box 21

Case Scenarios

Box 21

Activities

Box 21

Eval/Quiz

Box 21

Center Docs

 

Domestic Violence Research Articles Series 10

 

Domestic Violence Research Articles

Related Materials

See Box 26 for research articles on dating violence, mandatory arrest and couples counseling; see Box 24 for research articles on Economic Self-Sufficiency for Battered Women.
Box 2

Article Search

Box 2

Article Briefs

Box 2

Therapy/Psych Articles

Box 2

Rethinking Domestic Violence Research

Box 2

Database – New Articles

Box 2

Batterers

Box 2

College

Box 2

Stalking

Box 2

Sexual Assault

Box 2

Rape – Possibilities for Change

Box 2

Rape and Law

Box 2

Sex and Alcohol

Box 2

Domestic Violence and Parenting

Box 2

Children

Box 2

CPS Guidelines

Box 2

Data Collection Methods

Box 2

Statistics

Box 2

Backlash: Gender Neutrality

Box 2

Domestic Violence and Economic Empowerment

Box 2

EMDR

Box 2

Trauma

Box 2

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Box 2

Restorative Justice

Box 2

Feminist Therapy

Box 2

Feminism

Box 2

Same-Sex DV

Box 2

Socioeconomic

Box 2

Rape Reporting

Box 2

Religion

Box 2

Race/Ethnicity

Box 2

Disabilities

Box 2

Mental Health

Box 2

Domestic Violence and Social Work/Counseling

Box 2

Domestic Violence and Law

Box 2

Domestic Violence and Health Profession

 

Amnesty International

Box 2

Juarez/Chihuahua

Box 2

Juarez Spanish - Talking Points

Box 2

Fact Sheet Juarez/Letters

Box 2

Fact Sheet on Sexual Violence

Box 2

General Fact Sheet

 

Curriculum/Training Materials/Resources by Topic (External Information) Series 11

Box 6

Curriculum/Training Materials/Resources by Topic (External Information)

Box 6

MCADV: Nature Dynamics Manual

Box 6

The Rules

Box 6

Greenbook Guidelines

Box 6

Sample Presentations

Box 6

Sexual Assault

Box 6

Speeches

Box 6

Social Work Domestic Violence Manual – Online Course

Box 6

Workplace

Box 6

Working with Batterers

Box 6

Fraternities

Box 6

Men's Curriculum

Box 6

Mandatory Arrest

Box 6

Sexual Harassment

Box 6

Health Surveys

Box 6

Literature Examples

Box 6

Myths and Realities

Box 6

Military and Violence

Box 6

News Articles

Box 6

Organizing College Campuses

Box 6

Role Plays

Box 6

Crisis Intervention/Hotline

Box 6

La Casa Handouts

Box 6

La Casa Presentation

Box 6

Confidentiality and Info Sharing

Box 6

COPS – College Rape

Box 6

Mentors in Violence Prevention/JK

Box 6

Culture – Health

Box 6

Starting a Nonprofit Info

Box 6

Mental Health

Box 6

Culture

Box 6

Dating Violence/Teens

Box 6

Teen Dating Violence

Box 6

Energizers

Box 6

Expert Witness

Box 6

Family Law and Domestic Violence (Ken Theisen)

Box 6

Housing

Box 6

Immigrant

Box 6

Legal

Box 6

Legal Overview

Box 6

LGBT

Box 6

Legal Bias – Dialogue

Box 6

Legal Handouts

Box 6

Workplace Handouts

Box 6

Action Tips

Box 6

Dating Intervention: Baran Articles

Box 6

Staff Articles

Box 6

Lethality Assessment

Box 6

Causes and Theory of DV

Box 6

VAW Education Project 2004

Box 6

Policy Advocacy

Box 6

Law Enforcement

Box 6

Law Enforcement Info

Box 6

Bancroft Work

Box 6

CALCASA – Law Enforcement Training

Box 6

SCC Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Protocol

Box 6

Domestic Violence Protocol 2009

Box 6

BIP Standards

Box 6

Magazine Article Originals

Box 6

Powerline Activity

Box 6

Children and DV

Box 6

CRISIS Hotline Procedures

Box 6

College Exercises

Box 6

Coding and Documentation of Domestic Violence

Box 6

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence:

Box 6

Improving Health Care Response to Domestic Violence

Box 6

A Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty

Box 6

A Call to Action: The Nursing Role in Routine Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence

Box 6

Advocacy Matters: Helping Mothers and their children

Box 6

Family Team Conferences in Domestic Violence Cases

Box 6

Creating a Domestic Violence Court

 

External Resources and Brochures Series 12

Box 10

Local Resources/Brochures

Box 10

Stanford Resources - Brochures

Box 10

Student/Campus Publication

Box 10

3rd Party Resources

Box 10

Resources

Box 10

Resources

 

Training and Curriculum Development Series 13

Box 10

Health Care Presentation

Box 10

FVPF Work to End Domestic Violence Organizers Kit

Box 10

Enhancing Dental Professionals' Response to Domestic Violence

Box 10

A Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty

Box 10

Resources

Box 10

Program Ideas

 

Curriculum Building by Topic Series 14

Box 10

Judicial Institute

Box 10

Family Law and Domestic Violence

Box 10

Domestic Violence Response Cross-Training

Box 10

Break the Cycle Curriculum

Box 10

40-hour Core Curriculum

Box 10

Bystander

Box 10

The Campus Advocate: Vol. 1: Bystander

Box 10

Stanford Greek RAP 1994

Box 10

Training Manuals Table of Contents

Scope and Contents

Includes 19 different training manuals' table of contents.
Box 10

External Guidelines Table of Contents

Box 10

VAWNet Training/Curriculum Resources

Box 10

Batterer Accountability and Children Initiative

Box 10

BIP Curriculum

Box 10

BIP Info

Box 10

Sexual Assault Journal (Duke)

 

Family Violence Prevention Fund Training Manuals Series 15

Box 5

Family Violence Prevention Fund: Screen to End Abuse (CD)

Box 5

Family Violence Prevention Fund: Media/Camera Ready Art (CD)

Box 5

Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence

Box 5

Domestic Violence: A National Curriculum for Family Preservation Practitioners

Box 5

Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence

Box 5

Rompiendo el Silencio

Box 5

Enhancing Judicial Skills in Domestic Violence Cases

Box 5

Improving Your Community Clinics Response to Domestic Violence

Box 5

Cultural Considerations in Domestic Violence Cases

Box 5

Family Violence Prevention Fund: Working with Battered Immigrant Women

Box 5

Workplace

Box 5

Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence

Box 5

National Consensus Guidelines on Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence Victimization in Health Care Settings

Box 5

Hanging Out or Hooking Up

Box 5

National Health Care Standards Campaign on Family Violence: Model Practices from 15 States

Box 5

Accountability and Connection with Abusive Men

Box 5

Creating a Domestic Violence Court

Box 5

Promoting Prevention, Targeting Teens

Box 5

Family Teen Conferences in Domestic Violence Cases

Box 5

Advocacy Matters: Helping Mothers and Their Children

Box 5

Making the Connection: Domestic Violence and Public Health

Box 5

The Business Case for Domestic Violence Programs in Health Care Settings

 

External Training Manuals Series 16

Related Materials

See Box 3 for Freedom From Violence: Preventing Violence against Women with Disabilities guides; see box 28 for MVP (Mentors in Violence Prevention) Trainer's Manual; see Box 26 for And Justice for All: Court Advocacy with Victims of Domestic Violence Training Manual.
Box 4

External Training Manuals

Box 4

Campus Program Training Technical Assistance Institute for Campus Disciplinary Judicial Boards 2011 Summer

Scope and Contents

Amy Pohl, Center Program Director, attended
Box 4

LGBT Manual

Box 4

T.O.P Teen Dating Violence

Box 4

POST Advanced Training Committee

Box 4

Organizing College Campuses

Box 4

CPS

Box 4

NCHERM Sexual Misconduct JA Training

Box 4

Barbara J . Hart's Collected Writings

Box 4

Somewhere to Turn: Making Domestic Violence Services Accessible to Battered Immigrant Women: A "How To" Manual for Advocates

Box 4

Domestic Violence Response Cross-Training Institute: Trainer's Manual Spring 2008

Scope and Contents

Baran's father was a trainer on this; he joined the Domestic Violence field as an attorney in 2005. He received some of his training from Baran.
 

External Training Manuals/Pamphlets/Guidelines Series 17

 

Family Violence Prevention Fund Pamphlets and Action Kits

Box 8

Coaching Boys into Men: Playbook

Box 8

Health Cares About Domestic Violence Day: Organizing Packet

Box 8

Connect: Helping Parents Talk to Kids about Violence Against Women

Box 8

Connect: Helping Parents Talk to Kids about Violence Against Women (Issue 2)

Box 8

Coding and Documentation of Domestic Violence

Box 8

Summary of New Federal Medical Privacy Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence

Box 8

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Responding to Diversity

Box 8

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Workplace Response to Domestic Violence

Box 8

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: The Primary Care Response to Domestic Violence

Box 8

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Teen Dating Violence

Box 8

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Responding to Domestic Violence in Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Bisexual (LGTB) Communities

Box 8

National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Responding to Violence against People with Disabilities

Box 8

Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence

Box 8

Improving the Healthcare Response to DV

Box 8

A Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Profession Students and Faculty

Box 8

A Call to Action: The Nursing Role in Routine Assessment for Intimate Partner Violence

 

Training Curriculum, Pamphlets and Resource Guides

Box 8

Student Government Representations

Box 8

Campus and Local Law Enforcement/Security Officers

Box 8

Deans and Administrators

Box 8

Faculty and Teaching Assistants

Box 8

Health Center Staff

Box 8

Judicial Affairs Representatives

Box 8

Peer Educators

Box 8

Presidents, Chancellors and Provosts

Box 8

Resident Assistants/Resident Advisors

Box 8

Greeks and Athletes

Box 8

Ms. Foundation for Women: Safety Program

Box 8

Social Work (53.4 p289-384) 2008 Oct

Box 8

Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody

Box 8

Sexual Violence in Disasters

Box 8

It's In Our Hands: Stop Violence against Women (Amnesty International)

Box 8

Lives Blown Apart: Crimes against Women in Times of Conflict (Amnesty International)

Box 8

CEDAW: The Treaty for the Rights of Women

Box 8

The Green Book: Effective Intervention in Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment Cases: Guidelines for Policy and Practice

Box 8

Domestic Violence: The Law Enforcement Guide: Student Guide

Box 8

Domestic Violence: The Law Enforcement Guide: Instructor Manual

Box 8

Building Academic Capacity and Expertise in the Health Effects of Violence and Abuse

Box 8

Working with Battered Women in Jail

Box 8

Sex without Consent: Volume 1

Box 8

Sex without Consent: Volume 2

Box 8

Reverse Alchemy in Childhood: Turning Gold into Lead

Box 8

The Nature and Dynamics of Domestic Violence

Box 8

Hope and Power for your Personal Finances

Box 8

Acquaintance Rape and Sexual Assault: A Prevention Manual (5th Ed.)

Box 8

The Campus Community Confronts Sexual Assault

Box 8

Reasonable Efforts Checklist for Dependency Cases Involving DV

Box 8

Managing Your Divorce: A Guide for Battered Women

Box 8

Comprehensive Issue Spotting: A Tool for Civil Attorneys Representing Victims of Domestic and Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking

Box 8

Navigating Custody and Visitation Evaluations in Cases with Domestic Violence: A Judge's Guide

Box 8

A Judicial Guide to Child Safety in Custody Cases

 

Posters and Campaign Materials Series 18

 

Posters and Signs

Box 1

Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness Table Banner Sign

Box 1

Amnesty International Posters

Box 1

University Poster Campaign

Related Materials

Intern project. See University Poster Campaign at www.stoprelationshipabuse.org.
 

Other Campaign Materials

Box 9

Center IPV Campaign Materials, Buttons, Pins

 

Documents/Trainings about Backlash against the Movement to End Violence Against Women Series 19

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Articles Related to the Anti-Feminist Backlash, Gender Symmetry Proponents

Scope and Contents

Backlash stands for anti-feminist backlash. Gender symmetry proponents (or research) and gender neutrality (or research) proponents either actively or unintentionally contribute to backlash theorists. Gender neutrality in this context is different than encouraging gender neutrality in direct service, which is important. Anti-feminist backlash theorists challenge the progress of the movement by promoting the inaccurate concept that women are equally as violent as men and are equally likely to be perpetrators, discounting or ignoring research that finds that up to 95% of relationship abuse and 99% of sexual assault is perpetrated by a man against a woman. The research that fuels the anti-feminist backlash is largely completed with ineffective research models and inaccurate data.
Box 25

Good Articles

Related Materials

See Box 2 for Backlash/Gender Neutrality folder with more articles.
Box 25

Bad Articles

Scope and Contents

Includes some notes on the articles.
Box 25

Teen Research

Scope and Contents

A concerning trend is that teen research was often reporting equal rates of perpetration by boys and girls based on inaccurate research methodology and questions that did not control for context, such as self defense. In addition, many reports used gender neutral language such as "one in four youth" instead of "one in four girls."
Box 25

Bad Articles - General

Box 25

Michael Johnson Articles

Scope and Contents

On first glance, it may look like Johnson is contributing to a new analysis of gender and violence with his typologies. Once we dig deeper, however, we see that he is contributing to the goals of gender neutralization proponents and antifeminist groups through his conclusions. Includes notes on the articles.

Related Materials

See electronic records series for Johnson Handout 9.15.08.
Box 25

False Allegations

Box 25

Miscellaneous Articles

 

AAA Committee: Backlash Committee (Advance the Analysis to Action)

Scope and Contents

Baran was co-chair of this state committee to respond to the Anti-Feminist Backlash Movement
Box 25

AAA Subcommittee

Box 25

AAA

Box 25

CA Partnership to End DV: AAA Subcommittee Meeting 2007 Nov 27

Box 25

CA Partnership to End DV: AAA Subcommittee Meeting 2008 Mar 10

Box 25

Father's Rights

Box 25

Backlash Legislation

 

Backlash Presentations

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.
Box 25

Backlash Presentation List

Scope and Contents

List of 8 national and local presentations on backlash.
Box 25

Asian Women's Shelter 2009 Mar 4 2009 Mar 4

Box 25

AAA 2008 Sep 8

Scope and Contents

Presentation for CPEDV's annual statewide coalition conference.
Box 25

Greenbook Backlash: The Impact of Men's and Father's Rights Groups on Efforts to Address Domestic Violence and Child Welfare." 2009 Jun 4

Scope and Contents

Presented at the Greenbook National Summit (10 year reflective) with Jeffrey Edleson and Anne Menard.
 

Miscellaneous

Box 25

Miscellaneous: Gender Symmetry Review

Box 25

Miscellaneous: Primary Aggressor Tool

 

Greenbook Initiative Documents/Trainings Series 20

Scope and Contents

Effective Intervention in Domestic Violence & Child Maltreatment Cases: Guidelines for Policy and Practice, also known as the "Greenbook," is a set of recommendations designed to help dependency courts and child welfare and domestic violence agencies better serve families experiencing violence. The Family Violence Department of the National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) brought together a diverse, expert committee to develop the Greenbook over many months. Its recommendations are being used, formally and informally, by hundreds of communities across the nation and around the world. From 2000-2007, the United States Departments of Health and Human Services and Justice funded six demonstration sites across the country. The demonstration sites joined battered women’s organizations, child protection agencies, the courts, and other partners in implementing the Greenbook’s recommendations.
Baran worked with three of the six counties selected, starting as a cross-trainer: St. Louis County, MO, (2002-2004) Santa Clara County, CA (2004-2005), San Francisco County, CA (2005-2007). She also presented at the National Summit in 2009, which was the 10 year anniversary and a gathering of experts across the country.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 18

Greenbook Cross-Reference List

Related Materials

For Greenbook Guidelines file, see Box 6; for MCADomestic Violence Greenbook Committee file, see Box 26; for Greenbook 6.4.09 Backlash file, see Box 25; for Greenbook Cross-Training file, Greenbook Training 2004, and Santa Clara County Greenbook Project: Implementation Team Meeting (8.18.2006), see Box 18; for Greenbook 6.16.06 files, see Box 23; for Greenbook Conference 2009 (6.2-4.09, Jackson Hole, WY) file, Greenbook Summit 6.4.09 file, The Greenbook Summit Planning Meeting (11.6-7.08) folder, and Greenbook Advocacy 6.4.09 file, see Box 28.
Box 18

Guidelines for Policy Practice The Green Book: Effective Intervention in Domestic Violence Child Maltreatment Cases

Box 18

If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Project Leadership in Multi-System Change Efforts to Address the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment

Box 18

St. Louis Greenbook Planning Phase Report 2001-2002

Box 18

DSS Manual for Domestic Violence Advocates

 

Published Guidelines and Prep

Scope and Contents

Baran published "Helping Battered Women: A Guide for Domestic Violence Advocates on the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence & Child Maltreatment." Includes original research, focus groups, articles, prep.
Box 18

Helping Battered Women: A Guide for Domestic Violence Advocates on the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence Child Maltreatment

Scope and Contents

Hired by Greenbook as a consultant, Baran wrote the original draft for this manual and later Lauren Litton became a co-author. These were guidelines meant for the State of Missouri on how a Domestic Violence advocate should respond to cases where there is a co-occurrence of Domestic Violence and CM.
Box 18

Baran Paper: Needs Assessment Domestic Violence CM

Scope and Contents

This was the paper that Baran wrote for the MSW program (see Evaluation of Program and Services in Box 27) as a Needs Assessment for the guidelines; this included a focus group and questionnaire Entitled: "A Needs Assessment: Domestic Violence Service Providers Response to CM."
Box 18

Focus Group Materials Domestic Violence CM

Box 18

DV/CM Focus Group 2003 Jul 22

Box 18

Child's Focus Group 2003 Oct 28

Box 18

Greenbook Self-Study

Box 18

Guidelines

Box 18

Guidelines Prep

 

Trainings

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.
Box 18

Greenbook Cross-Training (Santa Clara, CA) 2004

Box 18

Greenbook Training (Santa Clara, CA) 2004

Scope and Contents

Baran presented. This was the training where a CPS worker, after watching a video about a man slitting his wife's throat in front of their six year-old child, stated "How could she let her child see this?" This was one of Baran's influences in starting the Center.
Box 18

Santa Clara County Greenbook Project: Implementation Team Meeting 2016 Aug 18

Box 18

National Greenbook Domestic Violence Toolbox 2006

Box 18

Project 2

 

Nicole Baran's Presentations at National Conferences Series 21

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

These are national conferences where Baran presented; they are separated from the sample trainings in Box 23.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 28

Presentation Lists

Box 28

Stanford Women's Leadership Conference: How to Start a Nonprofit 2006

Box 28

Center Referenced in Agendas

Box 28

The Family Violence Prevention Fund and UCSF: National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence: Health Professional Students and Campus Activism 2007 Mar 15

Box 28

FVPF 2007 Mar 15-17

Box 28

CALCASA/OVW DOJ Campus Institute: Colleague to Colleague 2007 Jun 27

Box 28

Campus Training Technical Assistance Institute with USDOJ Office on Violence Against Women in Partnership with CALCASA 2007 Jun 27-28

Box 28

Colleague to Colleague: When Relationship Abuse Affects Our Coworkers 2007 Jun

Box 28

Workplace Training 2007 Jun

Box 28

The Greenbook Summit Planning Meeting 2008 Nov 6-7

Box 28

Greenbook Conference, Jackson Hole, WY): National Summit on the Intersection of Domestic Violence and CM 2009 Jun 2-4

Related Materials

Baran's second session was called "The Impact of Men's and Father's Rights Groups on Efforts to Address Domestic Violence and Child Welfare," presented with Jeffrey Edleson and Anne Menard, and can be found in Box 25.
Box 28

Greenbook Summit 2009 Jun 4

Related Materials

See Box 13 for more Green Book materials.
Box 28

Greenbook Advocacy: "Practice Guidelines: Confidentiality, Information Sharing, and Supportive Advocacy," Nicole Baran and Jill Davies 2009 Jun 4

Box 28

CPEDomestic Violence (California Partnership to End Domestic Violence) Annual Conference: Engaging the Next Generation 2012 Sep 13-14

Box 28

Stanford Women's Leadership Conference: Speaking Truth and Moving Sand, Why it Matters 2014

Scope and Contents

Stanford Women's Leadership Conference. Baran was asked to speak about how she got to where she is professionally. Baran spoke about Stanford controversies and burn-out. Includes full PowerPoint.
 

Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Series 22

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 28

MVP-CLI Trainer's Guide

Scope and Contents

Baran found some exercises to be victim blaming and/or problematic and edited this manual.
Box 28

MVP Stanford Session

Box 28

MVP

 

Sample Training File Folders Series 23 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

Many of these files were thrown out in a move; these files are what were kept and is how it was organized. There is a full training list with numbers in the front. The complete files with PowerPoints and handouts were electronic. These folders were often used by interns.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Sample Evaluations

Scope and Contents

These are samples of evaluations. The rest were thrown away.
Box 23

Participant List of All Trainings

Box 23

Evals - VLSP 2011 Nov 14

Box 23

CA Evaluations 2011 Sep 16

Box 23

Frat. Evals 2011 Fall

Box 23

Community Center Training 2011 May 24

Box 23

Kappa Sigma Pledge Training 2016 May

Box 23

Frat Pledge Training KA 2012 May

Box 23

Stanford HR Training 2011 May 4

 

Stanford Trainings

Box 23

WCC Leadership Conference 2015 Apr 5

Box 23

I-Center Training

Box 23

Oh! The Places You'll Go 2009 Sep 10

Box 23

PHE Part 2 2009 Sep 9

Box 23

Stanford RA 2009 Sep 3

Box 23

Bridge Training 2009 May 26

Box 23

ASB Panel 2009 May 21

Box 23

International Spouses 2009 May 19

Box 23

Ralph's Alcohol Class 2009 May 13

Box 23

PHE Presentation 2009 Apr 23

Box 23

Frat Leadership Training 2009 Apr 21

Box 23

MVP Fraternity Meeting 2009 Apr 26

Box 23

FMAV Training Pt. 2 2009 Apr 28

Box 23

Her Story 2009 Aor 20

Box 23

Frat Pledge Workshop 2009 Spring-Fall

Box 23

Stanford CA Training 2009 Feb 18

Box 23

Community Police Academy 2009 Feb 5

Box 23

Sexual Harassment Advisors 2008 Nov 14

Box 23

CAPS Fellows 2008 Dec 5

Box 23

Oh The Places You'll Go 2008 Sep 11

Box 23

Stanford RA 2008 Sep 4

Box 23

I-Center /Community Center 2007 Dec 7

Box 23

Stanford CA 2007 Sep14

Box 23

Stanford RA 2007 Sep 4

Box 23

Stanford Domestic Violence Pro-Bono Clinic 2007 Sep 13

Box 23

PHE 2007 Apr 24

Box 23

Frat Talk

Box 23

Disability Resource Center 2008 May 7

Box 23

WCC Her Story 2008 Apr 15

Box 23

Sorority Presentations 2007

Box 23

Bridge Counseling 2007 Oct 16

Box 23

McGann Women's Health 2007 Oct 8

Box 23

Oh The Places You'll Go 2007 Sep 10

Box 23

Sorority 2007 May 30

Box 23

Theta Delt Frat 2007 May 2

Box 23

Residence Deans 2007 May 17

Box 23

FroSoCo 2007 May 10

Box 23

Soto Dorm 2007 Apr 24

Box 23

Okada Dorm 2007 May 2

Box 23

CAPS 2007 Mar 9

Box 23

Vaden Health Medical 2007 Jan 11

Box 23

Know More 2007 Feb 2

Box 23

Stanford Community Police Academy 2007 Feb 8

Box 23

Ralph Class/Alcohol 2007 Feb 13

Box 23

Bridge Counseling 2006 Nov 14

Box 23

PHE Stanford 2006 Apr 25

Box 23

SVAB 2006 Nov 29

Box 23

Stanford RA 2006 Sep 7

Box 23

WCC Workshop 2006 May 30

Box 23

Starting a Nonprofit

Box 23

Stanford RA Training 2006 Feb 23

Box 23

Stanford Sorority - SYZ 2006 Feb 26

Box 23

Stanford Med Ctr Co-Workers 2006 Oct 13

 

Non-Stanford Trainings

Box 23

Law Enforcement 2009 May 28

Box 23

Teen Pregnancy Coalition 2009 Apr 6

Box 23

VLSP 2009 Mar 17

Scope and Contents

Baran's father was the staff attorney for VLSP, SF Bar Association, and hired the Center to train staff.
Box 23

SF DVC 2008 Sep 15

Scope and Contents

Includes notes on why Michael Johnson is problematic.
Box 23

SJSU MSW Training 2007 Aug 20

Box 23

VLSP 2007 Jun 5

Box 23

Kaiser Milpitas Pediatrics 2007 Nov 13

Box 23

Kaiser Psychiatry 2007 Jan 22

Box 23

SJSU MSW 2006 Aug 30-31

Box 23

Kaiser Milpitas 2006 Jun 5

Box 23

Kaiser Redwood 2006 Oct 6

Box 23

Shelter Network 2006 Aug 31

Box 23

Greenbook 2006 Jun 16

Box 23

Notre Dame HS 2006 Mar 16

Box 23

Mountain View HS 2006 May 23

Box 23

Greenbook 2006 Jun 16

Box 23

Teacher Training 2006 Jun 19

Box 23

Achieve Kids 2006 Jul 12

Box 23

Crisis Middle School 2006 Mar 1

Box 23

Willard Berkeley 2006 Sep 27

Box 23

SF Bar Association 2006 Sep 21

Box 23

City College of San Jose 2006 May 9

Box 23

Kaiser-Milpitas 2006 Mar 29

Box 23

BIP Training 2006 Mar 25

Box 23

JFK Counseling 2005 Dec 8

Box 23

Billyde Frank 2005 Nov 14

Box 23

SJ State Mental Health 2005 Sep 28

Box 23

Child Abuse Prevention Council 2005 Sep 24

Box 23

Child Abuse Prevention Center 2005 Nov 5

 

Judicial Affairs Training/Judicial Affairs Issues Complications Series 24

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

The Center, as part of the OVW grant, providing training to JA panelists. This was the first time Relationship Abuse was integrated into training. Historically, it was only sexual assault. Baran made it mandatory of 6 hours of topic training , though she wanted it to be more. It had previously only been integrated into the standard 3 hour training on JA panelist requirements.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Judicial Affairs Training

Box 12

JA Pre Training Survey 2007

Box 12

JA Pre Training Survey 2010

Box 12

Judicial Affairs 2011

Box 12

Judicial Panel 2010 Summer

Box 12

Relationship Abuse Sexual Violence: Judicial Panelist Training 2010 Oct 4, 2010 Oct 11

Box 12

JA Handouts

Box 12

Relationship Abuse Sexual Violence: Judicial Panelist Training 2007 Fall

Box 12

Judicial Affairs Staff 2007 Oct 12

Box 12

[unmarked red folder] Judicial Affairs Training folder 2007 Oct 12

Box 12

JA Training Packet

Box 12

Judicial Affairs 2009 Feb 3

Box 12

JA Prep

Box 12

Judicial Affairs Handouts

Box 12

Case Studies

Box 12

Judicial Panel 2007 Oct 30, 2007 Oct 25, 2007 Nov 3

Box 12

Judicial Affairs 2007 Jan 11, 2007 Jan 16

Box 12

YWCA JA Sexual Assault Training

 

Judicial Affairs Issues/Complications

Box 12

Judicial Affairs Numbers

Box 12

Judicial Charter

Box 12

Board of JA Training 2007 Jan 11

Scope and Contents

This was the first time the Board of Judicial Affairs invited Baran to give a training on why the Judicial Charter might need to be changed; particularly the concept of changing the standard of proof.
Box 12

Campus Institute-Amy 2011

Scope and Contents

Amy, CRAA Program Director, attended.
Box 12

Sanctions/Judicial Affairs

Scope and Contents

SVAW recommendations to the board on Judicial Affairs regarding Judicial Sanctions. Includes handwritten notes on Allen Berkowitz manuscript on guidelines for sanctioning perpetrators.
Box 12

Standard of Proof

Scope and Contents

Some documents related to why the standard of proof needs to change at Stanford. Includes a 2011 backlash article.
Box 12

Op-Ed

Scope and Contents

Written by two backlash attorneys who graduated from Stanford who took training materials out of context.
Box 12

Training Justification

Scope and Contents

These are the documents prepared by Baran and Amy (program director and an attorney) that outlined the justification of the training which was based on OVW standards and requirements, NCHERM standards, etc. This was necessary after Stanford's legal office decided that the best way to deal with potential backlash or threats of lawsuits by charged perpetrators was to eliminate relationship abuse from the training altogether, a very short-sighted suggestion.
Box 12

JA Training Review/Op-Ed

Scope and Contents

This was the meeting to review the JA training because of the op-ed.
 

Counseling and Psychological Services at Vaden Health Center (CAPS) Series 25

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

This was an 8-hour training for CAPS staff.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 12

CAPS 2008 Apr 4

Scope and Contents

Includes handwritten notes.
Box 12

CAPS Prep 2008 Apr 3

Box 12

CAPS Handouts 2008 Apr 3

Box 12

CAPS: Nature Dynamics of Relationship Abuse 2008 Apr4

 

Stanford Law Enforcement Training Series 26

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

A 2-hour training brief was delivered to Stanford PD in Stanford, CA.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 12

Intimate Partner Violence on College Campuses: The Law Enforcement Response Handout Packet 2008 May 19, 2008 May 29

Scope and Contents

This was a 16-hour training provided to Stanford Law Enforcement; co-trainer was Captain Alana Forrest (Los Gatos PD) with guest speaker Santa Clara DA Dan Nishigaya.
Box 12

Slides Agenda

Box 12

Stanford Public Safety Handouts

Box 12

Public Safety Training Prep

Box 12

Case Scenarios

Box 12

Stanford PD Protocols

 

Stanford Protocols Series 27

Scope and Contents

The Center (Baran) developed protocols for each department in Stanford in conjunction with the Sexual Violence Advisory Board.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.

Related Materials

Additional protocols/guidelines can be found in the electronic records series.
Box 12

SVAB Protocol Meeting

Box 12

RD Final Protocol

Box 12

CAPS Guidelines

Box 12

Guidelines to Respond: Appendix

Box 12

Guidelines to Respond: Community Centers

Box 12

SA Protocol/Procedure Research

Box 12

Model Domestic Violence Workplace Policy

 

Center Training Folder Packets Series 28

Scope and Contents

As with all of the training materials, the handouts and PowerPoints are incomplete without the verbal presentation associated with them.

Scope and Contents

These are extra training packets that were stored together.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 20

Nature Dynamics of Relationship Abuse: Student Training Seminar 2011 Apr 23

Box 20

Relationship Abuse Sexual Violence: Judicial Panelist Training

Box 20

[unmarked glossy purple folder] WCC Workshop

Box 20

Nature Dynamics of Relationship Abuse: Counseling and Psychological Services 2008 Apr 4

Box 20

Nature Dynamics of Relationship Abuse: Student Training Seminar 2010 Jan 23

Box 20

Awareness to Action Workshop: Ending Violence Against Women FEMST 100 2013 May 18

Box 20

Colleague to Colleague: When Relationship Abuse Affects Our Coworkers 2007 Jun

Box 20

Young Women's Leadership Retreat (Trainer) 2012 May 19-20

Box 20

Young Women's Leadership Retreat (Participant) 2012 May 19-20

Box 20

Domestic Violence Training for Legal Professionals

Box 20

[unmarked purple folder]: SF Bar Association: Domestic Violence Issues in Family Law Cases

 

Committees, Memberships, Certifications, and Conferences and Trainings Nicole Baran Attended Series 29

Scope and Contents

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Volunteer Work

Box 22

[unmarked yellow folder] - Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic (CROC) Volunteer Training, 2006

Scope and Contents

Baran was a volunteer here.
 

Training

Box 22

The Masterful Trainer: Principles, Strategies and Tools

Box 22

Interpreting Seminar St. Louis 2002

Box 22

Santa Clara Teacher Curriculum Training 2006

 

Conferences attended by Baran

Scope and Contents

Includes handwritten notes.

Related Materials

See Box 28 for Conferences where Baran presented.
Box 22

LINKS: Rhetorics, Feminisms, Global Communities 2013 Sep 25-28,

Box 22

Many Hands - One Movement: California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Annual Meeting 2006 Sep 14-15,

Box 22

Futures Without Violence: The Y Factor: Men Leading by Example 2012 Apr 12

Box 22

Campus Training Technical Assistance Institute: Office on Violence Against Women and CALCASA 2007 Jan 24-25

Box 22

Campus Training Technical Assistance Institute: Celebrating Our Success: Strengthening Campus Coordinated Community Response to Violence Against Women 2010 Jun 16-17

Box 22

Ending Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking in the 21st Century 2006 Feb 13

Scope and Contents

This was the first Domestic Violence conference that Baran's father, Nicholas Baran, attended with her.
Box 22

Campus Training and Technical Assistance Institute 2009 Winter

Box 22

Jeanne Clery Act Training

Box 22

Santa Clara Conference 2005

 

Membership Certifications

Box 22

QPR - Vaden Mental Health 2008 Mar 21

Box 22

Certifications

Box 22

Certificates

Box 22

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Certificate for Nicole Baran 2012

Box 22

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Certificate for Nicole Baran 2010

Box 22

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence 2011

Box 22

NCADV: Membership Packet

 

Committees

Box 22

Justice Courage Project Retreat 2005 Sep 14

Box 22

2007 National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence (AVA and FVPF)

Box 22

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence: Public Policy Research Committee (PPRC)

 

Miscellaneous

Box 22

Global Fund for Women Gala 2013

 

TC-TAT Training/FFV Disability Workshop Series 30

Scope and Contents

Baran attended this Train the Trainer Workshop to integrate a response to women with disabilities into organizations and trainings. She attended the training and presented at future trainings.
 

Disability Training/TC-TAT

Box 3

TC-TAT Contract

Box 3

FFV Disability Workshop

Box 3

Sample FFV Workshop Participant Information Packet

Box 3

Freedom from Violence Training of Trainers 2006 Jul 17

Box 3

[unmarked purple folder]

Box 3

[unmarked purple folder]

Box 3

[unmarked blue folder]

 

Resource Book and Trainer's Guides

Box 3

Freedom From Violence: Preventing Violence Against Women with Disabilities: Resource Book

Box 3

Freedom From Violence: Preventing Violence Against Women with Disabilities: Trainer's Guide

 

Board Documents and Minutes Series 31

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2066.

Related Materials

See Box 16 for Board Orientation Manual.
Box 30

Google Analytics

Box 30

Original Proposal Drafts/Copies

Box 30

DVC Santa Clara MOU

Box 30

Board Liaison

Scope and Contents

Includes the Board Liaison How-To.
Box 30

Board Meeting Prep

Box 30

Minutes

Box 30

CRAA Board of Directors - Nicole: FY0506-FY0708 (Minutes)

Box 30

CRAA Board of Directors - Nicole: FY0809 onward (Minutes)

Box 30

CRAA Board of Directors - Nicole: FY12-13 onward (Minutes)

Box 30

Misc. Board Docs

 

Fundraising Series 32

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Fundraising

Box 17

Blank Donation Forms

Box 17

Facebook Causes

Box 17

Program Update 2007

Box 17

Publicity

Box 17

Marketing Ideas

Box 17

Fundraising - Jeff Chow

Box 17

Corporate Fundraising

Box 17

Form 990 FAQs

Box 17

TEN Campaign Final Mailings

Box 17

Fundraising Mailings

Box 17

Fundraising Campaign Ideas

Box 17

Other Nonprofits' Fundraising

Box 17

Corporate Sponsorship: ROW

Box 17

Fundraising Resources

Box 17

Annual Fundraising Projects

Box 17

Tonic Fundraiser Materials 2012 Jun 15

Box 17

Baking for Good

Box 17

Thank You Notes/Letters

Box 17

Dating Violence Awareness Day

Box 17

Unused Order Forms

Box 17

Fundraising Ideas

Box 17

Grant Writing

Box 17

Grant - Good Language to Use

Box 17

Fundraising

Box 17

PCF Fundraising Materials

Box 17

Fundraiser Plans/Info

 

Ten Campaign

Box 17

TEN Campaign

Box 17

Campaign Letter Drafts

Box 17

TEN Campaign

Box 17

TEN Flyers

 

Ten Party

Box 17

Blank Raffle Tickets

Box 17

TEN Auction/Raffle Materials

Box 17

TEN Volunteer Materials

Box 17

Accompanying Letters: Auction/Raffle

Box 17

Auction Documents

Box 17

TEN Flyers

 

Verizon Grant

Box 17

Verizon 2010-2011

Box 17

Verizon

Box 17

Verizon 2011-2012

 

Grants/Grant Writing

Box 17

Eileen Fisher

Box 17

Gordon and Better Moore Foundation 2012

Box 17

MOUs

 

Miscellaneous Series 33

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Handwritten Notes, To Dos, Calendars

Box 19

Priority - To Do Now

Box 19

Current To Do List

Box 19

To Do Lists Ideas

Scope and Contents

2006-2010 To do lists include detailed to do lists for each project, OVW grant, Org goals, interns, notes, etc.
Box 19

Calendars

Box 19

Handwritten Notes

Scope and Contents

Development of non-profit notes.
Box 19

First Notes 2005

Box 19

Notes to type

Box 19

Notes to type

Box 19

Nicole Notes

Box 19

Typed Notes

Box 19

Nicole to Read

Box 19

To read

 

Ephemera

Box 19

CRAA Newspaper Articles

Box 19

Brochure Drafts

Box 19

Center Brochures

Box 19

HPS Meetings

Box 19

SVAB Survey Draft 2009

Box 19

To File

Box 19

Request for Time Off

Box 19

Time Sheet Template

Box 19

Personnel Policies

Box 19

Philosophy Project

 

Meetings

Box 19

Staff Meeting Testimonials

Box 19

CRAA Staff Meeting

 

Stanford Meetings

Box 19

Women's Community Center

Scope and Contents

Initial proposal to Women's Communty Center about the Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness.
Box 19

Haas Center

Box 19

Stanford Domestic Violence Mtg Notes

Scope and Contents

Brainstorming responses to Domestic Violence in the graduate community.
Box 19

JA Meeting

Box 19

FMAV Meeting

Scope and Contents

Fraternity Men Against Violence meeting.
Box 19

Alternative to OVW grant

Box 19

I-Center Mtg

Box 19

SVAB Mtg 2010 May 25

Box 19

Green at Vaden Retreat

 

Organization Development

Box 19

CEU Application

 

Pre-MSW Job that Led to Interest in Domestic Violence Series 34

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.

Scope and Contents

Baran learned that roughly 50% of her female students had been victims of dating violence, yet no workshops for boys on how to respect girls. This led to interest in teen dating violence for MSW.

Related Materials

See Box 16 for Maestro Market interview in Memorabilia Binder.
 

A Voice of Her Own

Scope and Contents

This was Baran's first job post MA in English at Stanford. It was to teach Literature and Theatre to girls from East Pala Alto in Castilleja's summer program "A Voice of Her Own."
Box 11

A Voice of Her Own Anthology

Scope and Contents

Baran designed this as a student thank you to highlight their work. Baran used this at BATV as well.
Box 11

Teaching Possibilities - Curriculum Ideas

Scope and Contents

Includes handwritten notes.
 

Bay Area Teen Voices

Scope and Contents

Baran developed curriculum for an all-girls alternative high school program to teach girls about issues such as dating violence, rape and sex education through the medium of writing and journalism. BATV published their work in a teen magazine called "Teen Voices."
Box 11

Nicole Keeps/Memorabilia

Box 11

Employee Business

Box 11

Nicole BATV Goals

Box 11

Bay Area Teen Voices

Box 11

Final Student Anthology

Box 11

Teen Voices Mag w/ Our Feature

Scope and Contents

The students were responsible for designing the feature with art and writing.
 

Curriculum and Topics

Scope and Contents

Used in Voice of Her Own and BATV. Could be useful for middle school/high school teachers.
Box 11

Poems

Box 11

Voice

Box 11

Film Study Guides

Box 11

General Exercises

Box 11

Sample

Box 11

Body Image

Box 11

Teen Pregnancy

Box 11

HIV STDs

 

Other Jobs Series 35

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Support Network for Battered Women (SNBW)

Scope and Contents

Baran's first job after MSW was Grant and Contract Manager at SNBW - she raised money and provided training for Greenbook.
Box 13

SNBW Job App/Interview

Box 13

Support Network Job – Nicole

Box 13

Management Team Meetings

Box 13

Support Network Volunteer Manual

Scope and Contents

Baran was a hotline volunteer as well.
 

Conferences/Trainings Attended at SNBW

Box 13

NCADV

Box 13

Kaiser Training

Scope and Contents

Baran presented.
Box 13

Santa Clara Domestic Violence Conference 2004

 

Civil Domestic Violence Forms Course Manual – Judicial Counsel of California

Box 13

Civil Domestic Violence Forms Course Manual

 

Amnesty International Stop Violence against Women Campaign Coordinator

Scope and Contents

Baran was a volunteer for 1.5 years in SF, providing presentations on International VAW and was a volunteer in Paris for 2 months translating docs.
Box 13

AI SVAW Coordinator (Job Announcement)

Box 13

Domestic Violence Book Project

Box 13

SVAW Coordinator Action Kit

Box 13

[unmarked purple folder] SVAW Coordinator documents

Box 13

Notes, Emails SVAW

Box 13

Campaigning Kits

Box 13

Coordinator/Training/ Guidelines Workshop Stuff

Box 13

Handouts/Fact Sheets/Info Sheets

Box 13

PowerPoint – Amnesty

 

Interim Santa Clara Domestic Violence Advocacy Consortium Director

Box 13

Consortium Job

Box 13

Family Court Collaboration

 

MSW (Domestic Violence Related) Series 36 2002-2003

Scope and Contents

Baran attended the George Warren Brown School of Social Work from 2002-2003 in order to study teen dating violence. She ended up studying Domestic Violence more broadly. She had a concentration in women's issues and specialized in management. Tonya Edmond, Meg Schnabel and Cathy Blair served as influential mentors.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
 

Baran's Research Paper and Research Articles

Scope and Contents

These are Baran's research papers and the articles used to inform them.
Box 26

Domestic Violence Paper/Dating Violence

Scope and Contents

Includes articles.
Box 26

Project H.A.R.T.

Scope and Contents

This was the teen dating violence prevention program that Baran analyzed for Dating Violence paper above.
Box 26

Mandatory/Dual Arrest Paper

Scope and Contents

"Mandatory Arrest Laws: The Catch-22 for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence" and articles.
Box 26

Couples Counseling - DV 2003

Scope and Contents

PowerPoint presentation: "The Controversy Over Couples Counseling" and articles.
 

MSW Domestic Violence Course

Box 26

Domestic Violence Class 2003

Scope and Contents

This is the Domestic Violence course taught by Meg Schnabel and Cathy Blair that served as the original foundation for constructing the course on VAW at Stanford.
Box 26

Course Reader

Box 26

Meg's Domestic Violence Presentation

Scope and Contents

This folder includes the original presentation by Meg Schnabel from the MSW DV Course.
 

MSW Student Group Baran Started

Scope and Contents

Baran started the first Violence Against Women Awareness group at George Warren Brown School of Social Work. It still exists as of 2014. The intent, in part, was to ensure that all social work students received education on DV, which was not happening at the time.
Box 26

Violence Against Women Awareness Group

 

MSW Practicum Redevelopment Opportunities for Women (ROW)

Scope and Contents

Baran's practicum job with ROW included REAP, the IDA program, Board Intern and Greenbook Committee, which led to her being hired to write the guidelines for the state of MO for Domestic Violence advocates on the co-occurrence of Domestic Violence & CM.

Related Materials

See Box 18 for related materials.
Box 26

ROW documents

Box 26

ROW Policy Manual

Box 26

MCADomestic Violence Greenbook Committee

Related Materials

See Box 18 for Baran's MSW Needs Assessment paper which included the focus group that led to her first draft of the Guidelines for Domestic Violence advocates on co-occurrence of Domestic Violence and CM.
Box 26

ROW Meetings

Box 26

REAP

Scope and Contents

Baran taught financial literacy to battered women.
Box 26

IDA Program – Economic Self-Sufficiency

Box 26

Practicum Notes

Box 26

Patient Packet Missouri: AWARE Hotline

Scope and Contents

Baran volunteered on hotline.
Box 26

Domestic Violence Presentation

Scope and Contents

This folder includes the first presentation Baran made on behalf of ROW. Includes handwritten notes.
 

YWCA St. Louis SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) Training Manual

Scope and Contents

Baran was a volunteer on the emergency Sexual Assault Response Team.

Scope and Contents

Includes handwritten notes.
Box 26

YWCA St. Louis SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) Training Manual

 

St. Louis Court Watch

Scope and Contents

Courtwatch was a team of Domestic Violence advocates that observed judges in action in Domestic Violence cases and made recommendations. Baran was a volunteer in 2003. This would be useful for someone wanting to start a courtwatch in their community. This is where Baran heard a judge state "I would hit her too if that was my wife" under his breath.
Box 26

Court Watch Manual and Training

 

Practicum Conferences

Box 26

Housing Policy and Practice 2003

Box 26

MCADomestic Violence Annual Conference 2003

Box 26

MCADomestic Violence Training

Box 26

MCADomestic Violence St. Louis Domestic Violence 101

Box 26

MCADV: And Justice for All: Court Advocacy with Victims of DV Training

 

MSW (Domestic Violence Related Women’s Issues) Series 37 2002-2003

Scope and Contents

Includes articles for the course and papers, lectures. Includes handwritten notes in most folders.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 24

Social, Economic and Political Sum 2003

Box 24

Human Behavior

Box 24

Human Behavior Handouts

Box 24

Human Behavior Paper Articles

Scope and Contents

Includes paper entitled "Social Learning Theory and Feminist Theory: What They Tell About Woman Battering." See Graded Papers for paper.
Box 24

Personnel Management

Box 24

Personnel Mngment

Box 24

Organizational Behavior (OB)

Box 24

OB Paper

Box 24

Marketing Sum 2003

Box 24

Human Diversity

Box 24

Law for Social Workers

Box 24

Social Welfare Policy Class

Box 24

Policy Paper

Scope and Contents

Policy Brief Written on VAWA. Includes articles and notes on articles. See Graded Papers.
Box 24

Policy Brief #3

Scope and Contents

Policy Brief Written on VAWA. Includes articles and notes on articles. See Graded Papers.
Box 24

Interventions with Women

Scope and Contents

Course taught by Tonya Edmond. Includes paper entitled “He Sort of Inserted Himself in my Mind: A Feminist Critique of Dialogues with Mad Women.”
Box 24

Interventions w/ Women

Scope and Contents

Includes paper entitled “Community Collaboration Project, Women’s Support and Community Services: Project H.A.R.T., Healthy Alternatives for Relationships among Teens.”
Box 24

Women's Issues 1 2003

Scope and Contents

Includes reading journal.
Box 24

Women's Issues 2 2003

Box 24

Prostitution Paper

Scope and Contents

Includes articles for the paper entitled “Empowered or Oppressed? The Feminist Debate on Prostitution: Who’s Left Behind?”
Box 24

Foundation I Paper - Economic Self-Sufficiency

Scope and Contents

This is the research and the paper entitled “Economic Self-Sufficiency for Battered Women: An Idea in Progress.” See Graded Papers.
Box 24

Graded Papers Fall 2002 Fall

Scope and Contents

Includes "Economic Self-Sufficiency for Battered Women: An Idea in Progress," "Policy Brief of Violence Against Women Act (Continuation)," "Social Learning Theory and Feminist Theory: What They Tell About Woman Battering," Empowered or Oppressed? The Feminist Debate on Prostitution: Who's Left Behind?"
Box 24

Graded Papers 2003 Spring

Scope and Contents

Includes "The Intersection Between Workplace Safety and Work/Life Balance: The Impact of Domestic Violence," "Safety Plan Reaction Paper," "Domestic Violence Reading Log #1," "Domestic Violence Reading Log #2," Organization Assessment: Redevelopment Opportunities for Women, Inc.," "Domestic Violence Training and Child Protection Services: A Research Proposal," "Dating Violence Education: The Prevention Dilemma"
Box 24

Service Utilization Article

Scope and Contents

Tonya Edmond asked Baran to co-write an article entitled "Access to and Utilization of Services by Abused Women: An Analysis of the Impact of PTSD and Depression." Article missing from archive.
Box 24

Research Methods

Box 24

Research Proposal 2003

Scope and Contents

This is the proposal that led to the initial research for the Evaluation of Programs and Services course Needs Assessment paper that led to the publication by Baran of the guidelines entitled "Helping Battered Women and Their Children: A Guide for Domestic Violence Advocates on the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment."
Includes graded proposal introduction and literature review.

Related Materials

See Box 18 for related materials.
 

MSW (Other) Series 38 2002-2003

Conditions Governing Access

Materials in this series are restricted until 2026.
Box 27

Washington University in St. Louis, George Warren Brown School of Social Work: Student Handbook 2002-2003

Box 27

Calendar Book 2003

Box 27

Practicum Possibilities

Box 27

Budgeting/Accounting

Box 27

Budgeting/Accounting

Box 27

Evaluation of Program and Services

Scope and Contents

This is the course where Baran wrote "A Needs Assessment: Domestic Violence Service Providers Response to CM" that led to the publication by Baran of the guidelines entitled "Helping Battered Women and Their Children: A Guide for Domestic Violence Advocates on the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment."

Related Materials

See Box 18 for paper and focus group documents.
Box 27

Foundations I

Box 27

Foundations II Class

Box 27

Foundations II Articles

 

Electronic Records Series 39

Physical Description: 21 megabyte(s)
Physical Description: 5 computer files (pdf)
 

Baran CV. 8.25.15 redact.pdf Baran CV_ 8_25_15 redact_pdf 2015 Aug 25

Physical Description: 1 computer files (pdf)

Related Materials

Series 1, Memorabilia Binder: Nicole Baran resume.
 

Memorabilia Binder Inventory.pdf 2015

Physical Description: 1 computer files (pdf)

Related Materials

Series 1, Memorabilia Binder: Table of Contents
 

NB Office Library Inventory.pdf 2015

Physical Description: 1 computer files (pdf)

Related Materials

Series 1, Miscellaneous Memorabilia--Office Library Bibliography - Books and Media--Office Library - Books.
 

NB Office Media Inventory.pdf 2015

Physical Description: 1 computer files (pdf)

Related Materials

Series 1, Miscellaneous Memorabilia--Office Library Bibliography - Books and Media--Office Library – Media.
 

WCC Leadership 4.5.14.pdf 2014 Apr 5

Physical Description: 1 computer files (pdf)

Related Materials

Series 1, Memorabilia Binder: Speaking Truth & Moving Sand: Why It Matters