Education-Office of Community Standards & Integrity - Carnegie Mellon University

Education

Primary prevention of sexual and relationship violence involves being educated about culture, consent, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, and how to support a survivor. 

To sign up for a program please CLICK HERE.

If you're interested in hosting a SHIFT program for your class, organization, department, or residential house community please contact Jess Klein (jeklein@andrew.cmu.edu) or Aaron George (atgeorge@andrew.cmu.edu) to start the planning process. 

Below are the programs currently available. If you don’t see something you’re interested in learning more about contact Aaron or Jess. 

We can talk about:

  • Men and masculinity
  • Sexual assault and relationship violence within the LGBT community
  • Healthy relationships
  • Bystander awareness
  • Stalking
  • Sexual harassment
  • Creating a healthy environment
  • Sexual empowerment
  • Power and control
  • Domestic violence and barriers to receiving help

Sexual Violence 101

Relationship/Dating Violence 101

Consent: Beyond ‘Yes Means Yes’

Bystander Dynamics

Combatting Street Harassment and Cat-Calling

Supporting a Survivor

Decisions That Matter