Why Science, Engineering, and Medicine Care about Sexual Harassment

Why Science, Engineering, and Medicine Care about Sexual Harassment

by Dwight Krehbiel, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Bethel College A remarkable event in the growing recognition of the widespread problem of sexual harassment was the publication of a major report on this topic by the National Academies of Science,...
We ask for your discretion: the old white church college predator

We ask for your discretion: the old white church college predator

by Stephanie Krehbiel, Executive DirectorHe loves to volunteer.* That’s the first thing you should know. He is a benefactor, a big donor. He’s retired from his career in education or mental health services or church administration, a career marked with inexplicable...
Everyone’s Responsibility: The Health Impact of Sexual Harassment

Everyone’s Responsibility: The Health Impact of Sexual Harassment

by Cassandra Voth, Michelle Schrag, and Dwight Krehbiel* An Introductory Note Sexual violence is a tool of dominance, and as such, it permeates every aspect of our inequitable society. There is no one disciplinary approach that is the silver bullet for understanding...
On Whose Backs?: Why We Oppose the Selection of David Boshart as President of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary

On Whose Backs?: Why We Oppose the Selection of David Boshart as President of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary

Several weeks ago, we published two narratives on our survivor story blog Our Stories Untold, both written by our Director of Theological Integrity Hilary Jerome Scarsella. In the first narrative, Hilary tells her experience of being raped in 2009 by a fellow student...

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