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.
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.
Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence
Each year, the Women’s Center recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) throughout the month of October.
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.
On #SetTheExpectation… What Now?
Brenda Tracy's charge is clear. “Make sure that nothing like what happened to me ever happens to anyone again.”
Year in Review: Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity
Ever wonder about all the programs and initiatives offered by the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED)? Wonder no more.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: A Student’s Role in Ending the Violence
Sexual violence impedes student well-being at university campuses across the nation. According to RAINN, university students are at an elevated risk of rape and sexual assault.
Building Healthy Relationship Practices
Many adult college students feel in the dark about what a healthy relationship actually looks like. So who can we turn to as students, as many of us get into intimate relationships for the very first time?
Women’s Center Recognizes DVAM with Film and Panels
Each year, the Women’s Center recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) with a full slate of programs and events throughout the month of October. Halfway through the month, seven events have taken place across campus to raise awareness of domestic and dating violence on campus and in the broader community.
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.