kNOw MORE: Developing Sexual Violence Programming for a Campus Community” focuses on the planning, execution, and appraisal of the University of North Florida’s inaugural Red Zone Programming. Prior to fall 2021, the University did not have targeted campus-wide programming related to the first few weeks of the semester when the most reported sexual assaults occur, also known as the Red Zone. The Office of Student Accountability & Resolution (OSAR) in partnership with the Victim Advocate initiated conversations with other campus stakeholders. These conversations led to the development of a four-part series about the following topics: sexual safety on campus; bystander intervention training; navigating conversations with survivors; and a panel of campus resources related to sexual violence. The overall programming is rooted in SAMSHA’s Strategic Prevention Framework, which promotes the idea of universal education through a variety of programming methods.
The goal of this presentation is to provide a starting point of ideas about the Red Zone and sexual violence and to encourage the creation of similar programming at other colleges and universities.
Mon, Apr 4, 2022 · 10:30 AM Central Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Jana's Campaign
Carly Bengry
OSAR Hearing Coordinator - University of North Florida
Rebecca Weiner
OSAR Office Manager - University of North Florida