Faculty/Staff Outreach & Education

MSU faculty and staff constantly interact with the student community and require a specialized knowledge base on sexual and relationship violence to better serve students and the greater campus community. Faculty and staff training will explore ways to be supportive and delve into the impact that sexual and relationship violence has to better understand what survivors go through and how to best serve students.  Workshops and training sessions for staff or faculty can be requested through the "request a training" tab. Resources can be found on the "resources" tab.

If you are looking for a specific resource to be developed for faculty or staff, please reach out to Rae Chaloult, chaloul2@msu.edu, Prevention Specialist.


We are excited to announce that the second annual faculty, staff, and graduate student summit will be held on March 13th, 2020

The call for educational session proposals for the Annual Prevention Summit for MSU Faculty, Staff, Graduate and Professional Students is now open!

The summit is supported by the Prevention, Outreach, and Education (POE) Department to promote and educate members of the MSU campus community on sexual misconduct and relationship violence, eliminating gender-based violence on campus, empowering the MSU community to become advocates for a non-violent community, and positively affecting social change.  The summit experience provides intentional space focusing on creating collaboration across the campus community.

POE, along with members of the summit committee, invite educational session proposals that engage topics of gender-based violence prevention and the summit theme of Navigating Change: Building Our Future Together. Proposals include the following session types:

  • Talk - Presentation on a specific topic and or expertise. 45 minutes.
  • Workshop - Presentation on a specific topic and or expertise utilizing interactive skill-building activities / engagement. 45 minutes.
  • Extended - Presentation on a specific topic and or expertise but engages on a deeper and more focused lens while also including critical reflection and skill-building interaction for participants. 90 minutes.

The deadline to submit a proposal is October 14th, 2019. Submit a proposal by following this link: Annual Prevention Summit for MSU Faculty, Staff, Graduate and Professional Students.

Registration for the summit will be announced in February, 2020.

Click here to visit our resources page for faculty and staff!