Request a Title IX Presentation, Workshop, or Collaboration
REQUEST A TITLE IX PRESENTATION, WORKSHOP, OR COLLABORATION
Through our Healthy Relationship, Broncos, It's On Us, and other Initiatives, FSU's Title IX Office has made a number of interactive workshops and trainings available for student, staff, and faculty. Our educational workshops continue to evolve to meet the needs of the FSU community.
Most popular offerings: OneLove Escalation, That's Not Love, Stick It to Love, Behind the Post. Upon request, the Title IX Office will design and facilitate a workshop for your audience around a theme of your choice, including but never limited to:
- Finding Your Words: Talking About Consent,
- Bystander Intervention,
- Broncos, Do You Know Your Rights and Responsibilities?
- Intimate Partner Violence,
- Real Talk: Broncos, It's On All of Us,
- Common Warning Signs of Dating Abuse,
- FSU's Sexual Harassment and Prohibited Sexual Conduct Policies
Understanding FSU Resources
Where do I report a concern? How do no-contact agreements work? What are the expectations of confidentiality?
Meet with campus safety community partners from Counseling and Personal Development Center, Student Health Service, Police and Public Safety, Victim Assistance, Crime Prevention, Residential Life, and Student Conduct, Title IX and much more to learn the answers to these and other questions. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the resources available at FSU to those who have been impacted by sexual misconduct, along with the various policies, procedures, and options available to both complainants and respondents.
Recognize It. Prevent It. Report It. / Culture Check and Change
Sexual misconduct grows out of everyday interactions-interactions that may feel and seem insignificant, but which normalize the patterns of disregard and disrespect within which harassment and assault take shape. By reshaping those patterns, we will shift our culture to support inclusivity, mutuality, and respect. Even our smallest strategic changes will make an enormous difference. Our workshops take an in-depth look at the dynamics of sexual violence, campus norms, and effective strategies for shifting culture. After practicing with group scenarios, participants have time to individually reflect upon patterns within their own communities and identify opportunities for positive change.
Bronco Bystanders: Disruption, Distraction, and Beyond
Bystander intervention-stepping in whenever there are signs of bias, disrespect, or other problematic interactions-is powerful tool for preventing sexual misconduct. These workshops strengthen students' core intervention skills while offering new strategies for a wide range of troubling situations. Individuals identify their personal intervention styles, practicing a set of in-the-moment interventions. They also explore long-term strategies for intervening in complex, entrenched dynamics.
Broncos for Self-Care
There are no magic solutions for overcoming difficult or traumatic experiences but there are evidence-based techniques to help people cope with challenges and begin to thrive. These workshops explore the concepts of resilience and wellness and provides an opportunity to learn coping skills including trauma-informed yoga practices, therapeutic art activities, relaxation exercises, and grounding techniques.
Broncos, What R U Looking 4? Communication Strategies
Through social media and technology, individuals learn pragmatic skills for productive conversations, with a focus on expressing themselves; navigating differences in values, identities, goals, and experiences; active listening; re-connecting in moments of anger or tension; expressing appreciation, respect, and affection. The workshops center on romantic and sexual partners-serious or casual-but these conversational skills are applicable to a wide range of relationships.
Head On: Addressing Sexual Harassment and All Forms of Sex/Gender-Based Discrimination, Retaliation, and related Prohibited Conduct
This interactive workshop provides information on student, staff, faculty, and visitor rights, responsibilities and resources with respect to sexual harassment and related misconduct. This workshop explores how campus community members should respond when they learn a member of our community has experienced any type of sexual or related misconduct and also lets individuals know how to file a report.
What are Pronouns? Why Do They Matter?
In this interactive workshop we facilitate a discussion on why we adopted the practice of introducing a person with their name and gender pronoun at our meetings, workshops, and events, and how the campus community can continue to be inclusive by doing the same. The workshop covers what gender identity is, explains the different gender pronouns and some practices we encourage everyone to adopt to be culturally inclusive. Despite the everyday use of pronouns, their impact on understanding gender expression and gender identity is often underestimated. In an effort to better serve our campus community members and each other we offer an in-depth look at pronouns and practical tips to implement, such as how to ask for pronouns, how to share your own, what to do when you make a mistake, and why using "they" as a singular pronoun is not a new phenomenon! Be sure to check out our Pronouns page for additional details.
To request a workshop, presentation, or training, please email TitleIX@uncfsu.edu or call 910-672-2325
It is most helpful if you can include the following:
- Type of Participants (students, study group, staff, student organization, faculty, etc.)
- Estimated Anticipated Number of Participants
- Preferred Date(s) and Time(s)
- Topics or Goals to Cover