The Brave Project
The Brave Project is a comprehensive/intensive certificate training program on sexual violence. The program has trained several cohorts of students, faculty, and staff since its creation in Fall 2016.
Information relating to Title IX, CSU policies related to sexual misconduct, and pursing
an investigation by the University.
Presenter: Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Criminal investigation of sexual assault cases, relevant penal codes, and using the
criminal justice system to press charges.
Presenter: SDSU's Sexual Assault Detective
Discussion of the impact of identity on experiences with violence and explore how
race, gender, sexual orientation, and other salient identities are related to sexual
Presenter: Women's Resource Center
Practice using a "Trauma Informed Lens" to support survivors.
Presenter: Counseling and Psychological Services
Strategies for implementing affirmative consent and intervening to prevent sexual
violence from taking place.
Presenter: Health Promotion
Creating social change and envisioning a world (and campus!) free from sexual violence.
Presenters: Women's Resource Center, Sexual Assault Victim Advocate, and Student Organizations