Interpersonal Violence Prevention

Aug 15, 2021

Women’s Center Launches Pack Survivor Support Alliance

The Pack Survivor Support Alliance is a continuing education and engagement program for NC State faculty and staff.

Apr 23, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

What is the Behavior Assessment Team?

Tina Nelson-Moss, director of the Department of Risk Assessment, discusses the roles of the Behavior Assessment Team and Violence Prevention and Threat Management on campus.

Apr 22, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

Did You Miss Take Back the Night? Watch Now.

On April 6, 2021, the Women's Center hosted a virtual Take Back the Night event to honor the strength, courage and resiliency of the NC State activists, advocates and survivors.

Apr 11, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

We Are Here to Help If You Need Us

We'd like to remind our readers how any member of the campus community can get help for different types of incidents.

Apr 10, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

What Is Denim Day, Where Did It Start?

The month of April will conclude with Denim Day on April 28. Wear jeans to protest all forms of sexual violence and support survivors.

Mar 25, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: How Can We Help Those at Risk?

Assault causes about 10% of traumatic brain injuries, which are common among sexual assault survivors.

Mar 11, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

Day of Giving Profile: Kali Fillhart, ’21

The stars aligned for Kali Fillhart ‘21, a Virginia native studying anthropology and creative writing, when she came to the NC State Women's Center.

Jan 29, 2021  |  Diversity Digest

Stalking Awareness Takes Focus in the Women’s Center

College students are especially vulnerable to stalking. The Women's Center raises awareness about the problem.

Oct 14, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Reporting Domestic and Dating Violence at NC State

NC State strives to ensure that students, faculty, staff and visitors are safe and free from any form of dating violence, domestic violence or interpersonal violence.

Oct 4, 2020  |  Diversity Digest

Trainings for the Campus Community on IPV

Interpersonal Violence (IPV) prevention and education may be taking place virtually this semester, but there are still ample opportunities to get involved.