Required for all 2nd year Undergraduate Students at MSU
Bystander Network is a 1-hour bystander intervention training facilitated by undergraduate Peer Educators. Participants will discuss ways to challenge, interrupt, and prevent gender-based violence by being active bystanders.
As members of the Michigan State University community, it's important that all Spartans strive toward creating a safer campus climate for all. Everyone has a responsibility in preventing gender-based violence and this workshop will provide realistic and effective tips on how to ensure that Spartans Will be active bystanders.
For the 2022 - 2023 Academic School Year, the Bystander Network workshop will be provided in-person (at varying locations on campus) and online (Live Zoom Webinars). All second-year undergraduate students are required to attend in order to complete their state and federal annual RVSM training requirement. See emails for more instructions on how to enroll.
Did you know?
Bystander intervention is an important and effective method for reducing and preventing instances of relationship violence and sexual misconduct on college campuses. Completing the Bystander Network training helps create a larger network of active bystanders dedicated to reducing instances of gender-based violence on campus.