April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). While many of us might be far from campus, the opportunity to support and engage in
Students or student organizations wishing to host workshops or programs during sexual assault awareness month are encouraged to submit a program proposal
Join us now for Human Trafficking 101, where keynote speakers will share information about the prevalence of human trafficking in the nation and in South Florida.
The NSU Title IX Peer Educator Program is seeking bold, driven, and creative undergraduate and graduate students to design and deliver educational workshops and programs.
Join us for a provocative, humorous, and relevant exploration of dating, sex, and culture in the college setting. This event is part of Weeks
This month NSU is hosting a series of programs for national Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Love Shouldn’t Hurt. Join us to learn how to recognize and prevent intimate partner violence.
Could you spot the signs of an unhealthy relationship. Would you recognize intimate partner abuse?
Play an active role in reducing sexual violence this April by contributing to Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming.
Prevention research is clear: peer educators have been shown to be more effective than college administrators and other adult health educators in establishing prosocial norms and in changing attitudes related to sexual misconduct and harassment.