Ask First: Creating a Culture of Consent (ESVT Qualifying Event)

Ask First: Creating a Culture of Consent (ESVT Qualifying Event)

January 31, 2018
PL-5005
12:00 PM to 01:30 PM

The Pfau Library, in collaboraiton with Counseling and Psychological Services and the Department of Housing and Residential Educaiton, invites the university community to a presentation and panel discussion on consent, lef by Campus Advocate Marina Rodriguez and CSUSB VOICE Peers. Dr. Manijeh Badiee, Assistant Professor of Psychology, will serve as a faculty panelist. Everyone-students, staff, faculty, and campus guests-is welcome to contribute to this timely conversation about consent and why it's important to foster a culutre that embraces it.

This event satisfies the mandatory yearly End Sexual Violence Training (ESVT) requirement for students--bring your Coyote ID.

 

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Flyer image: Word bubbles which say: Ask First, Creating a Culture of Consent, Listen, Respect. Square image which says: Consent [verb] To make a mututal, voluntary, informed decision between clear-minded, of age participants before ANY and EVERY sexual act. Image of a seal which says: Let's Get it Done, End Sexual Violence Training 2017-2018
Header: The Pfau Library, in collaboraiton with Counseling and Psychological Services and the Department of Housing and Residential Educaiton, invites the university community to a presentation and panel discussion on consent, lef by campus advocaye Marina Rodriguez and CSUSB VOICE Peers Natalie Gonzales and Andrea Tovar. Dr. Manijeh Badiee, Assistant Professor of Psychology, will serve as a faculty panelist.
Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Time: Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Location: PL-5005 (library Mulitmedia Center)
Everyone-students, staff, faculty, and campus guests-is welcome to contribute to this timely conversation about consent and why it's important to foster a culutre that embraces it.
For more information, contact Robie Madrigal, Pfau Library, at rmadriga@csusb.edu or (909) 537-5104