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.
COVID-19’s Unique Impacts on Survivors of Interpersonal Violence
Five weeks into social distancing, we have all felt a multitude of emotions as we make our way through the experience of the collective trauma of COVID-19.
Film Screening Draws Attention to Dating Violence
Yeardley Love was murdered by her college boyfriend three weeks before graduation. Her family created the One Love Foundation.
Reflections on the Silent Witness Project
Have you noticed the exhibit of red statues in the lobby of Talley Student Union this month?
Teams Trained on Overlooked Forms of Domestic and Dating Violence
It seems that each time a mass shooting occurs in this country — whether it is Orlando, San Bernadino, Fort Lauderdale, Parkland or countless others — it is often just a matter of time before a history of violent domestic abuse also comes to light.
Domestic and Dating Violence Focus of Upcoming Month of Events
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence reports that nearly 1 in 3 college women have experienced an abusive dating relationship. While this statistic speaks to the national prevalence of domestic and dating violence among college-age women, it fails to account for the many multiple and intersecting identities of individuals who experience an elevated risk of interpersonal violence.