Flip the Script with the Sophomore Class Cabinet
A team of researchers from the Stanford school of medicine are piloting an evidence-based program that has been found to reduce the incidence of sexual assault on college campuses. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2015 showed that this program reduced the rate of sexual assault by nearly 50% and the rate of attempted assault by 63% as compared to a control group that did not receive the program. This program is recommended by both the American College Health Association and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and has been covered in The New York Times. In this interactive 12 hour program, facilitators will break down rape myths and empower participants. We are seeking woman-identifying Stanford undergraduate students to participate in this course.
When: 10am-5pm Saturday, December 1-Sunday, December 2 (must attend both days)
Where: Kingscote Gardens, Suite 140
Lunch will be provided. RSVP with Carley Flanery at email@example.com by November 28th (updated since flyer creation). Students will receive email the week of the session with more details. Session is capped at 20 people.