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Man Up: Activating Men to Combat Sexual Violence

Presenter: Paul Artale, Manager of Graduate Student Engagement & Motivational Speaker University of Michigan

Date & Time: April 10th, 7:30-8:30pm

Location: Anthony Hall, Room 1281

Description: How can men help combat sexual violence? This workshop answers that question by examining common attitudes, social constructs, and current events that have made this difficult in the past. Participants will leave with practical strategies they can implement that will help end sexual violence.

Leaving a Legacy: Personal & Chapter Responsibilities to Ending Gender-Based Violence

Presenter: Brittani Fults, EEO/Title IX Investigator at the University of Kansas

Date & Time: April 14th, 1-2pm

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Description: Join us as we discuss how to identify our personal and community responsibilities to address and reduce sexual and relationship violence in Michigan State Fraternity and Sorority Life. This workshop will allow us to become more aware of societal and cultural norms that affirm violence and provide tools on how to challenge harmful and dangerous behaviors in our communities. By the end of this workshop, we will learn more about how fraternity and sorority students can work to leave a legacy of intolerance to violence.

Understanding the Importance of a Trauma Informed Response

Presenter: Lt. Andrea Munford, Center for Trauma-Informed Investigative Excellence at the Michigan State University Police Department

Date & Time: April 18th, 5-6pm

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Description: Every day we cross paths with numerous people, some known to us and some strangers. Each person has an individual story and path in life that develops from the experiences they have, and sometimes these experiences include traumatic events.  Join a discussion in understanding the impact trauma can have on each of us daily, and learn more about how we as friends, as family members and as a community can become more trauma-informed.