High Profile Events
How do I schedule a Dean-on-Call or Sexual Assault Dean-on-Call for my event?
Fill out the Dean-on-Call/Sexual Assault Dean-on-Call Request Form, or attend a bi-weekly high-profile events meeting. At the meeting, brief reviews are conducted of all high-profile events scheduled to occur in the upcoming weeks. During this meeting, the decision may be made to schedule an Event Review, which is a meeting with all stakeholders that is dedicated to discussing your specific event in more detail. Contact Cassie Kramer for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
What are high-profile events?
High-profile events include events in which participants, presenters, or attendees are:
- Government officials (e.g. sitting and former heads of state, governors, federal judges)
- Leaders of large organizations (e.g. CEO of a Fortune 500 company, a Catholic Cardinal, the Chair of the NAACP)
- Well-known celebrities or artists
- Highly controversial and likely to attract protest
They include events that:
- Have drawn heightened attention on other campuses or in other venues.
- Have controversial subject matter likely to attract organized protest.
- Are likely or intended to garner significant media attention.
- Expect an attendance of 400 or more people.
- Discuss sensitive topics surrounding gender-based violence.
High-profile events also include events that have high security measures, such as:
- UCPD and/or Allied Universal presence.
- Involvement of US Secret Service or other national, state, local, or foreign security agency.
- Speakers or guests who travel with personal or private security details.
How much notice should I give to schedule a Dean-on-Call or Sexual Assault Dean-on-Call?
The more notice you can provide the better, however five to seven days is ideal. We understand that advance notice is not always possible and will do our best to fulfill all last-minute staffing requests.
Who should I contact for more information?
Lynda Daher, Assistant Dean of Students in the University and Associate Director, UChicago HELP, at email@example.com or 773.702.8762.