SEAWOLVES FOR RECOVERY
Are you a SBU student looking for fun ways to connect to your peers without the need for drugs and alcohol? Seawolves for Recovery is Stony Brook University newest addition to student life. Seawolves for recovery is SBU's Collegiate Recovery Community striving to provide students with programs, support and opportunities to live an alternative lifestyle and enjoy a true college experience free from drug and alcohol abuse.
If you are interested in finding out more information and/or our schedule of events please email us at Seawolvesforrecovery@gmail.com.
RECOGNIZING AND RESPONDING TO SEXUAL AND RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE ON CAMPUS
8-Hour Certificate Course
The Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO) and our community partners at the VIBS Family Violence and Rape Crisis Center are pleased to offer Stony Brook campus professionals an 8-hour Certificate Course in Recognizing and Responding to Sexual and Relationship Violence on Campus. This workshop will explore the issues of sexual violence (including harassment, assault and rape) and relationship violence (also known as domestic violence or intimate partner violence) among college students. We will examine definitions, prevalence, myths and facts, perpetrator characteristics, victim experience and barriers to reporting; participants will also be provided with information and strategies to promote intervention and referral to on- and off-campus resources. We will emphasize the responsibility University professionals have to address violence on campus, and the role faculty and staff can play in creating a campus culture that does not condone violence in any form. The Certificate Course will take place from 10am – 12pm in the CPO Lounge (Union 221) on April 9, 16, 23, and 30. Participants must attend all four sessions in order to earn the certificate.
To register for the certificate course click HERE.
STONY BROOK SAFE SPACE
Our mission is to ensure that Stony Brook University becomes a more inclusive place for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ) people by fostering a supportive learning and working environment. Register for training click HERE.
STONY BROOK SEXUAL ASSAULT NURSE EXAMINER CENTER ON CAMPUS
For the first time ever, victims of sexual assault are now able to remain on the campus to receive a forensic examination. Learn more.