Sexuality Issues, Relationships, and Gender Education (SIRGE)
SIRGE is a student leadership position through the Division of Student Affairs. The coordinator’s primary responsibilities are to create and facilitate programming for the campus community to address issues of sexuality and sexual identity, healthy relationships, sexual assault prevention, and gender.
Past programming includes:
- Take Back the Night Week--Fall and Spring semesters
- "No More" Week of Action--Spring 2016
- Film Screenings--The Hunting Ground, It Happened Here, The Mask You Live In
- Walk a Mile in Their Shoes--Spring 2016 (in collaboration with Sigma Alpha Epsilon)
- The Clothesline Project--done annually since the 2000's.
- "A Cup of Prevention"--coming Fall 2016, there will be stickers placed on the cups in diversion with information about Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM)
SIRGE facilitates and maintains open lines of communication with related student groups and organizations. For national statistics, and more information regarding sexual assault visit NSVRC, and RAINN.