Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center

Relationship Remix at the DSA Research Symposium

On May 15, 2013, three representatives from the Relationship Remix lead team were invited to the Michigan Union to present at the tenth annual Division of Student Life Research Symposium: Connecting Theory to Practice. Conference presenters were Holly Rider-Milkovich, Director of SAPAC, Laura McAndrew, Sexual Health Educator at University Health Service, and Carley Flanery, Relationship Remix Workshop Coordinator.

Picture of Carley Flanery, Laura McAndrew, and Holly Rider-Milkovich

Educating SAPAC Allies

Each Fall and Winter semester SAPAC hosts our day-long ally training for people who want to learn more about being an ally to survivors and ending violence. This year we trained over 30 participants about the realities of sexual violence. The training is also a fantastic opportunity for our SAPAC volunteers to gain facilitation experience and learn more ways to educate their peers on the work that they do. This year there were 20 volunteers from all three SAPAC Volunteer Programs involved in improving on the workshop, planning the event, and facilitating the content.

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SAPAC Completes Third Biannual Ally Training

This March, a group of 25 undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty gathered in the Union to participate in SAPAC's third biannual Ally Training. The morning began with discussion-based sections centered on sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, stalking, and barriers to disclosure and reporting experienced within different communities. 

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University of Michigan Programs & Initiatives to Address Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Harassment Prevention

University of Michigan Programs & Initiatives to Address Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Harassment Prevention

The following is a list of programs and initiatives that the University of Michigan is spearheading to prevent sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment on the individual, relationship, community, and societal levels.

A Social Ecological Model:a framework for prevention

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