HEALTH PROMOTION PRESENTATIONS
Health education presentations are available to the campus community wherever you want to promote health and wellness. In addition to the standard presentations, Health Promotion will also work with you to create a specialized presentations to meet the needs of your community. Presentations are generally 50 to 90 minutes in length.
Topics can include:
Alcohol and other drugs
Bystander intervention: Making your community safer
Sexual Violence Awareness, Prevention, Intervention
Who can request a presentation?
On-campus including faculty, staff, student organization leaders, residence hall coordinators, and others in the campus community may request health presentations. Requestors are responsible for choosing their topic(s) of interest and for coordinating the date, time, and location of the presentation. Presentations must be requested at least 2 weeks in advance.
For more information, please contact Health Promotion at [email protected].
WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER PRESENTATIONS
The SDSU Women's Resource Center also offers many trainings throughout the year related to the topics of sexual violence, dating and healthy relationships.
The Women's Resource Center offers a free comprehensive and intensive certificate training program on sexual violence called, The Brave Project. Informed by a feminist and social justice framework, the Brave Project works towards courageously creating a campus community that is free from violence. Faculty, students, staff and alumni are invited to participate. To complete the training, participants must attend four sessions that cover each of the following topics:
- Policies and Procedures
- Rape Culture, Communication, and Consent
- Identity and Power
- Supporting Survivors and Creating Change
Each session is offered multiple times throughout the semester- pick the dates that work best with your schedule! This training is free, but participants must register in advance to reserve a spot.
POWER: Personal Sexual Politics:
This workshops explores some of the difficulties of navigating dating and exploring sexuality— while trying to keep to your principles. Feminism is like a lot of ideologies; sometimes inconvenient and hard to live up to. In a culture loaded with with slut-shaming, heteronormativity, expectations around orgasm, the centering of cis male desire, how do you navigate intimacy (now or in the future)? Discuss with us and learn how can you explore, understand, and express your desire.
Drunk in Love:
Ready to develop a meaningful connection with a partner or partners? This workshop offers a crash course on setting your relationship up for success. We will share strategies that can be used in your partnership to increase communication and trust. Bring a partner with you or come solo! This is a great conversation for folks currently in a relationship or for students looking to connect romantically with others.
Offered regularly or available upon request. For questions, accessibility requests, or to schedule a workshop, please contact the Women's Resource Center: [email protected] 619-594-2304