The College at Brockport’s 14th Annual Diversity Conference

Event Title

Select Respect: Sexual Violence Prevention Through a Social Justice Lens

Description

Relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking are public health and social justice concerns that impact all persons, independent of age, gender, race, socio-economic class or sexual orientation. The Center for Select Respect, through Prevention and Outreach Services, addresses these concerns by fostering a “culture of respect”. This culture contributes to safe learning and living environments that promote personal development, healthy relationships, accountability, and community engagement.

Presenter(s)

Presenters:

Caitlin Powalski is coordinator of the Center for Select Respect through Prevention and Outreach Services at The College at Brockport. Since joining the team in December 2012, Ms. Powalski has provided leadership to Select Respect programs which focus on comprehensive, evidence based relationship violence, sexual violence and stalking prevention. She earned a Masters in Public Health from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Select Respect Peer Educators are dynamic undergraduate student leaders who contribute to the Prevention and Outreach Services’ mission of Making Health Contagious on The College at Brockport campus. Our team of Peer Educators delivers programs on healthy relationships and the prevention of relationship violence, sexual assault and stalking to our campus community.

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Oct 2nd, 11:00 AM Oct 2nd, 12:15 PM

Select Respect: Sexual Violence Prevention Through a Social Justice Lens

Seymour College Union, Rm 220 (2nd floor)

Relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking are public health and social justice concerns that impact all persons, independent of age, gender, race, socio-economic class or sexual orientation. The Center for Select Respect, through Prevention and Outreach Services, addresses these concerns by fostering a “culture of respect”. This culture contributes to safe learning and living environments that promote personal development, healthy relationships, accountability, and community engagement.