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Ending Rape: Addressing Sexual Assault Violence on Campus with Dr. Keith Edwards

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Ending Rape: Addressing Sexual Assault Violence on Campus with Dr. Keith Edwards

Tuesday, April 5
7 pm
Gordon Common, Sonata Room
Cost: Free
Join us for an opportunity for people of all genders to learn about rape culture, what it means, and how to influence change!

Dr. Keith Edwards is a scholar and educator on sexual violence prevention, men’s identity, social justice education, curricular approaches, and leadership. Keith assists campuses in educating students on these issues through engaging, provocative, humorous, and inspiring keynotes and workshops. His sexual violence prevention work is nationally recognized, theoretically and conceptually grounded, research validated, and award winning. His ground breaking research on college men’s identity is also widely recognized. He also helps campuses foster broader systemic change through professional development sessions for faculty and staff. Keith equips audiences with knowledge, hope, and an ability to make a real difference addressing complex problems.

Sponsored By:
Men's Project l Division of Student Life l University Health Services l University Housing l Multicultural Student Center | WUD Society & Politics | Chadbourne Residential College | UW Greek Community | Multicultural Learning Community | EVOC l Office of Undergraduate Advising l PAVE l We're Better than that: Men Against Sexual Assault l Campus Women's Center | Pathways to Educational Achievement - Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement | Cross College Advising Services

Dr. Keith Edwards is a scholar and educator on sexual violence prevention, men’s identity, social justice education, curricular approaches, and leadership. Keith assists campuses in educating students on these issues through engaging, provocative, humorous, and inspiring keynotes and workshops. His sexual violence prevention work is nationally recognized, theoretically and conceptually grounded, research validated, and award winning. His ground breaking research on college men’s identity is also widely recognized. He also helps campuses foster broader systemic change through professional development sessions for faculty and staff. Keith equips audiences with knowledge, hope, and an ability to make a real difference addressing complex problems.

Sponsored By:
Men's Project l Division of Student Life l University Health Services l University Housing l Multicultural Student Center | WUD Society & Politics | Chadbourne Residential College | UW Greek Community | Multicultural Learning Community | EVOC l Office of Undergraduate Advising l PAVE l We're Better than that: Men Against Sexual Assault l Campus Women's Center | Pathways to Educational Achievement - Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement | Cross College Advising Services

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