Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

LSA Honors alumna wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Former NPA Volunteer and Co-Coord Anna Forringer-Beal, a 2016 graduate of the LSA Honors Program, has been awarded a 2017 Gates Scholarship to the University of Cambridge. Forringer-Beal, a native of Ann Arbor and graduate of Greenhills School, majored in Honors Anthropology. Her thesis, titled "(In)visible Genders: How Central American Women Migrants Navigate Control and Vulnerability," was completed under the direction of Jason De Leon.


Faculty Impact: Preventing Sexual Assaults on Campus and Beyond Through Research, Technology and Outreach

As University of Michigan's School of Nursing faculty, Dr. Munro-Kramer has teamed up with SAPAC and the University Health Service Sexperteam to connect with U-M freshmen through Relationship Remix. It’s a workshop designed to help students make sexually-based and life decisions that are true to their values, develop communication and consent skills, cultivate healthy relationships, and gain awareness of campus and local resources.




2015 - U-M presents at National Sexual Assault Conference

The university's approach to educating leaders of the athletic community and other groups regarding sexual assault prevention was highlighted as a best practice among higher education at the National Sexual Assault Conference earlier this month.

U-M staff presented the session, "Coaching to a Winning Prevention Season: Strategies for Developing and Delivering a Universal Coach Education Program on Campus," at the annual conference sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, the leading information and resource hub relating to all aspects of sexual violence.


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