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The S.A.G.E. Center staff facilitates a number of classroom presentations designed to prepare students to be socially responsible community members in an increasingly diverse world.
These presentations are:
S.A.G.E. Center 101: Information regarding our programs, events and services. (15-30 min)
Sex, Gender and Sexuality Panel: An in-depth discussion with LGBTQ+ students and their allies regarding personal experiences with coming out, identity development and campus climate. (45-90min)
Sexual Violence 101: A general presentation on sexual violence and harassment, including definitions, dynamics and resources available. These presentations are often co-facilitated by Voices Against Violence. (45-60 min)
Domestic/Dating Violence 101: A general presentation on the dynamics of domestic violence, including definitions, warning signs & resources available. These presentations are often co-facilitated by Voices Against Violence. (45-60 min)
The Intersections of Racism, Sexism and Homophobia: An examination of how acts of biases, if not addressed, escalates into acts of violence. Participants will be asked to examine their campus climate while discussing the impact bias, prejudice and discrimination can have on both the dominant and non-dominant culture.
Who can schedule a presentation?
Any of these presentations can be booked by a student, faculty, staff or community member.
How to schedule a presentation?
To schedule a presentation please call the S.A.G.E. Center at 603-535-2387 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to book your classroom presentation at least two weeks ahead of time in order for us to be able to fullfill the request.