Our weekly meetings for Fall 2015 are on Mondays at 7pm in Dey Hall Rm 204. Join us anytime in the semester to get involved and learn more about the work we do!
If you would like to receive updates about our upcoming events and programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be put on our events listserv. Be sure to check out our Facebook and Twitter accounts for event information and updates! Additionally, if you have questions, concerns, or are looking for resources but don’t know where to turn, PD officers are always available to answer your questions and point you in the right direction!
There are a variety of on and off campus opportunities to be an active ally – below are just a few of the many ways to get involved.
One Act teaches students how to recognize the early warning signs of interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, stalking, and abusive relationships. The interactive training provides you with concrete skills and gives you confidence to act to prevent violence and when you see warning signs. Pizza, buttons, pens, t-shirts, and placards are provided to trained students. One Act is a student collaboration with Counseling and Wellness Services.
The HAVEN Program is a campus-wide initiative to increase support for student survivors of sexual violence, abusive relationships, and stalking, and to further the universities’ efforts to prevent interpersonal violence. Students, faculty, and staff may attend a four-hour HAVEN training session and then receive a sign for their door or laptop which indicates that they are a safe space to go to discuss issues around interpersonal violence. HAVEN is a collaboration between the Office of the Dean of Students, Counseling & Wellness, and the Carolina Women’s Center.
Register for your HAVEN training here.
Fall 2015 HAVEN Training Dates (Faculty/Staff)