Sexual Violence Prevention for Graduate Students is a reality-driven course designed to educate students about consent, healthy relationshops, bystander intervention, as well as the realities of sexual assault, dating violences, domestic violence, and more. Featuring student presenters and survivors, the course includes scenarios, testimonials, and key advice for dealing with these crucial topics. This "Primary" course includes essential and mandated information about: Consent & Sexual Assault, Dating/Domestic Violence, Stalking, Sexual Harassment, Bystander Intervention, Alcohol, Verbal Defense, Healthy Relationships, and What to Do if Violence Occurs. (Featuring Not Anymore content)
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Primary Sexual Violence Prevention
Sexual Violence Prevention for Graduate Students (Primary)
Steve Pearlman, PhD
With 25+ years in higher education, Steven J. Pearlman, PhD holds specialized experience and knowledge in learning theory, online learning research, and socio-cultural topics such as sexual assault prevention, and alcohol and drug abuse. He’s conceptualized and authored numerous Not Anymore programs and served as a consultant for the U.S. Army’s initiatives to curtail sexual violence.