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Incoming students begin engaging with Duke's sexual misconduct prevention trainings before arriving on campus, and prevention education continues into Orientation Week.
Please note that Orientation Week was restructured in 2022. Duke is committed to centering prevention education in its curricula and is actively re-evaluating O-Week programming to improve it for future students. We welcome student feedback (please see "Student Input and Transparency" below).
The Center for GVPI includes staff members from CAPS, OSCCS (Conduct), and the Balthrop-Cassidy Fellows. This enables us to offer a diverse array of programming for students:
Please contact April-Autumn Jenkins, Corey Pilson or Bailey Bogle to arrange a workshop or session. Individual staff members may also come talk to student groups about their work and/or area of expertise.
Not sure where to start? We will work with you to determine what's best for you or your group.
All affiliated Greek Life organizations and Selective Living Groups participate in sexual misconduct prevention trainings. Disaffiliated organizations are welcome to request customized prevention training sessions from GVPI. Please contact Corey Pilson or Bailey Bogle to do so.
All Duke students, regardless of their affiliation with a Greek or SLG group, are responsible for abiding by Duke's policies. GVPI resources are also available to all Duke students.
GVPI is proud to collaborate with campus partners to provide support, trainings, and/or resources relating to healthy relationships, sexual misconduct, and/or gender-based violence.
Past partnerships include, but are not limited to:
We are happy to collaborate with student organizations who are interested in this work. Please see the Get Involved page for more information, and send us an email if you don't see your group represented. Students may also follow our DukeGroups calendar to stay notified of any upcoming events or public meetings.
One of the easiest ways to get involved in Duke's GVPI work is to join the Sexual Assault Impact and Listening Committee (SAIL), a student-administrator committee geared toward increasing transparency and soliciting student feedback. This committee is chaired by V.P. Mary Pat McMahon and Kim Hewitt. Please contact Corey Pilson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bailey Bogle (email@example.com) if you would like to get involved.
Students are welcome to follow our DukeGroups Calendar to stay notified of any upcoming events and/or public meetings.Join Our DukeGroups to see upcoming events
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