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.
A Survivor Toolkit for Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis
Students who have been impacted by IPV must often navigate unprecedented changes and obstacles in the midst of COVID-19.
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.
Stalking Awareness Workshop Educates the Community
A local news channel spoke to students facilitating and participating in a Stalking Awareness workshop last week.
Women’s Center Welcomes New Rape Prevention Education Coordinator
Carlyn Wright-Eakes has joined the Wolfpack community as NC State’s rape prevention education coordinator, an integral member of the Women’s Center team.
January is Stalking Awareness Month
January is Stalking Awareness Month. Stalking involves any kind of repeated unwanted contact that causes a reasonable person fear. While stalking is one of the least publicly discussed forms of interpersonal violence, it disproportionately affects college students.