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Women's Center

In the Community

The Women's Center offers workshops and trainings provided by staff and student ambassadors. Requests must be made by using the form below at least 10 business days in advance of the date being requested.

Bringing in the Bystander

Trainer(s): Women’s Center Staff
Duration: 90 minutes

Bringing in the Bystander® is an evidence-based bystander intervention program. Rather than focusing strictly on the roles of perpetrator and victim, the highly interactive Bringing in the Bystander® curriculum uses a community responsibility approach. It teaches bystanders how to safely intervene in instances where sexual violence, relationship violence or stalking may be occurring or where there may be risk that it will occur.

Participants will:

  • Gain an understanding of what bystander responsibility is through the presentation of concepts and examples.
  • Apply the concept of bystander responsibility to sexual and relationship violence and stalking.
  • Identify the range of unacceptable sexual behaviors and become aware of the prevalence and context of sexual violence.
  • Understand the variety of negative consequences of sexual and relationship violence and stalking for victims and communities.
  • Understand the role community members can play in preventing sexual and relationship violence and stalking and reducing its negative consequences.

Who's Sus in Your Life?: Finding the Imposters in Your Relationships

Trainer(s): Women’s Center Staff and Student Ambassadors
Duration: 60-75 minutes
PEACE Workshop

Consider your role in relationships to identify healthy and unhealthy behaviors they bring to their relationships. Looking at various behaviors, students will have the opportunity to identify healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors that show up in their family, friendships, and romantic relationships.

Participants will:

  • Learn signs for healthy and unhealthy romantic relationships, friendships, coworker, and family relationships.
  • Identify the qualities of a healthy relationship; discuss which qualities are most important to them in a dating relationship/ friendship.
  • Discuss different scenarios and identify them as healthy or unhealthy.
  • Think about their own boundaries for their relationships.

Workshop Registration or Request

Please send any questions, concerns or workshop requests to the Women's Center at Register for an upcoming workshop at