Focus of the program

The primary emphasis of the training is focused on the definitions, laws, explanation, and examples of sexual misconduct including sexual assault and rape, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking. Like U Got This!  it discusses how to engage with Consent and what a healthy relationship looks like. There is a big emphasis on what Bystander Intervention is and how to intervene when you see someone who might need help.  Finally we put emphasis on Reporting and Resources. 

Specific learning objectives include

  • Exploring the impact of sexual misconduct and various forms of interpersonal violence (in particular, sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking)
  • Establishing ways of recognizing and responding to sexual harassment, the most common form of sexual misconduct among graduate and professional students
  • Showcasing a wide range of sexual misconduct scenarios to ensure that most individuals targeted by this training will personally identify with scenarios
  • Reminding students that sexual misconduct is typically perpetrated by someone in a position of power, and they may find themselves on either end of the power spectrum (e.g., from undergraduate students they teach to clients or patients they see to their own professors and supervisors)
  • Helping students gain an understanding of  on and off-campus resources (both confidential and private)


Engaging program using scenarios and experiences that are relatable to older students


30-minute module and can be delivered in SCORM-format


Ability to directly incorporate a university’s Title IX policies and resources


Emphasizes healthy relationships, consent, and bystander intervention

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