Building an inclusive environment and eliminating SVSH means changing culture
Various campus units offer workshops and consultations on topics ranging from healthy workplace climate to preventing and responding to sexual violence and sexual harassment (SVSH). Please contact the below units and groups for more information.
The PATH to Care Center
The PATH to Care Center provides educational workshops, training, and consultations regarding preventing and addressing sexual violence and sexual harassment for students, staff, and faculty.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website to request a workshop or confidential consultation.
The Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
The Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD) offers trainings on a variety of topics related to nondiscrimination and sexual violence and sexual harassment. Please contact the office for more information and/or to schedule a training.
Bears that CARE
Bears That CARE, in the Center for Support and Intervention (Division of Student Affairs), offers empowering, tailored workshops about violence prevention and bystander intervention.
To request a Bears That CARE workshop, complete a request form.
Division of Equity & Inclusion
The Division of Equity and Inclusion offers workshops and consultations designed to improve the culture and cooporation in academic units. Workshops include the following topics:
For more information, see their website.
Multicultural Education Program (MEP)
To attend or request a workshop, visit the MEP website.
The SVSH Advisor
The Special Faculty Advisor to the Chancellor on Campus Welfare, Sharon Inkelas, can provide consultations to departments and groups, as well as discuss campus SVSH prevention and response efforts and the UC Berkeley Coordinated Community Review Team (CCRT). Email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Respect is Part of Research
Respect is Part of Research is a peer-led sexual violence / sexual harassment (SVSH) prevention workshop for incoming graduate students at UC Berkeley. RPR is based on the idea that peer-led training is the most effective way to communicate social norms. Our goal is to create a respectful, positive working environment where everyone can do their best science. Workshops are certified to satisfy the UC Berkeley requirement for in-person SVSH prevention training.
RPR coordinator contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org