Sexual Assault Awareness
The Women's Center collaborates with various campus departments, student organizations and local organizations to raise awareness about sexual violence and the profound impact it has on the USD community. We provide education and opportunities to take action throughout the year.
Sexual Violence: Let's Talk About It. Let's End It.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Men's Workshop - 5:30pm; UC 107
Keynote Address - 7:30pm; KIPJ Theatre
Join speaker Jeffrey Bucholtz, of We End Violence, and the USD community as we talk about sexual violence and how to prevent it through an examination of the cultural ideologies, attitudes, and behaviors that allow it to flourish. The men's workshop creates space for dialogue about sexual violence and the crucial role men play in prevention.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Throughout the month of October, the Center collaborates with groups across campus to bring attention to the issue of domestic and relationship violence. Past events have included; the Red Flag Campaign, Walk In Her Shoes, art exhibits, speakers, and panel discussions.
Vagina Monologues: UCSD Presents...
Each year, the Center hosts a faculty-led dinner discussion, and trip to University of California San Diego to see a performance of Eve Ensler's Vagina Monologues. To learn more about this program see FAQs.
Sexual Assault Awareness Week - April 11-15, 2016
Sexual Assault Awareness Week is a time to support survivors in our community and come together to break the silence surrounding the issue of sexual violence. By uniting together, we will stand up and work to end the violence that happens everyday. Like us and learn more on our Facebook page!
Events/programs that have been offered in the past include; the Clothesline Project, Take Back the Night March and Vigil, art exhibits, open mic nights, and documentary viewings and discussions.
Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE)
CARE provides support, resources and education to the USD community pertaining to sexual and relationship violence, and stalking. The CARE website provides detailed information ranging from resources available to those impacted by sexual or relationship violence to how to report an incident to supporting a friend.