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Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center (SAPEC)

The Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center promotes social change and the elimination of gender based violence through education, inclusive programming, and campus wide collaboration.

Specifically, SAPEC coordinates campus violence prevention efforts, and implements the majority of the campus violence prevention strategies. The vison of SAPEC is to influence change at the societal level (e.g., policy change) through interventions that focus on risk and protective factors at the individual, relationship, and community levels.

Graduate Assistant:  Prevention Programming Assistant (50%)

The SAPEC Graduate Assistant will be an active team member in the creation, implementation, facilitation, and assessment of cutting-edge primary prevention education for the University of Kansas. This position will have a specific focus on working with student-athletes, student organizations, and male/masculine-identified students to reduce and prevent sexual violence through the development, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive sexual violence prevention programs. The graduate assistant in this role will work closely with the staff within SAPEC, KU Athletics, Sorority and Fraternity Life as well as undergraduate students, graduate students, and campus/community partners.

Full Position Description

(for the 2019-2020 academic year, one position is available)

Contact

Jen Brockman

(she/her)

Director

Sexual Assault Prevention and Education Center

Suite 1030

1565 Irving Hill Road

Lawrence, KS 66045

(785)864-5879

jenbrockman@ku.edu

 

Link

sapec.ku.edu


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