BRAVe is housing under the Division of Student Affairs. Its primary responsibilities are to create and facilitate programming for the campus community to address issues of sexuality, healthy relationships, sexual assault prevention, and gender.
NOVEMBER 7, 2018
A Classic American Rape Story Informal talk by Professor Alisa Kessel, Wyatt 109 5:30pm presented by the Honors Program
Take Back the Night --November 7, 2018 8:30pm Schneebeck Concert Hall
"A Cup of Prevention" Campaign-- stickers were placed on drink cups in Diversions, Oppenheimer, and the Aquatics Cafe with information about Domestic Violence Awareness Month. October 2018
The Escalation Workshop October 28, 2018 7pm Schneebeck Concert Hall
The Escalation Workshop is a powerful, film-based workshop that opens people’s eyes to the warning signs of relationship abuse.
TWO Major Fall Programs to Prevent Sexual Violence
September 17th at 8pm in Kilworth Chapel
He is an author, workshop leader and consultant on domestic abuse and child maltreatment.
September 18th at 6:00pm in Rausch Auditorium.
Intrusion: 20 years in the future, sexual violence has been eradicated. Until 1 woman comes forward about her rape. A look into how we all perpetuate rape culture by exposing different sectors of society. Award-Winning actress Qurrat Ann Kadwani plays 8 characters in 1 hour to help the audience learn about power dynamics, sexual violence statistics, Title IX history, self-defense moves, and the complexity of sexual violence against women. Politics, media, the legal system, psychology, education, male and female sexual assault, LGBTQ inclusivity come together to unfold the intricacy of rape culture.
BRAVe 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.