Sexual violence on college campuses is a very complicated issue. However, it is one that affects student success in school greatly. As a professor, you can be a voice of support both for those working to prevent sexual violence and for those who have survived it, either before coming to campus or since.
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Minnesota College Student Health Survey
The College Student Health Survey was designed by Boynton Health Service to give postsecondary institutions a comprehensive look at the health of their students. Includes sexual and domestic violence data.
The Campus Sexual Assault Study
2007. Examines the prevalence, nature, and reporting of various types of sexual assault experienced by university students to inform the development of targeted intervention strategies.
Films for a Feminist Classroom
FFC, hosted by the Rutgers University, is an online, open-access journal, publishes film reviews that provide a critical assessment of the value of films as pedagogical tools in the feminist classroom.
Transforming a Rape Culture
A groundbreaking collection of diverse voices tackling a wide range of important issues, this book is a much-needed step toward eliminating the sources of rape and rape culture.
PreventConnect welcomes you to this set of free courses and trainings, designed to grow and support a national community of practice for the prevention of sexual and domestic violence.
Information on this website is available in alternative formats upon request.
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