Shaping a Violence Free Campus: Understanding the Campus Response

This just in from Rhonda Henry, Intervention Program Coordinator for the Violence Intervention and Prevention Center.

Hi campus friends,

We are excited to announce our upcoming Faculty and Staff training, “Shaping a Violence Free Campus: Understanding Campus Response” to be held April 23rd.  In this session, we will explore the coordinated campus response to power-based personal violence in-depth.  This will include a panel of key campus stakeholders and scenario based discussion. Participants will:

  • Recognize how power-based personal violence can change the dynamics in a class, office or department
  • Learn the skills to navigate challenging conversations about violence related issues

This training is appropriate for those who have never attended a VIP program in the past as well as those who have attended and would like a more in-depth look at campus resources and response.

Please help us spread the word and share with others who may be interested.  Click the image below to be taken to our web page and register today!

VIP Poster for Shaping a Violence-Free Campus

Rhonda Henry, MSW, CSW
Intervention Program Coordinator
Violence Intervention and Prevention Center
University of Kentucky
Frazee Hall, Lower Level
Lexington, KY 40506-0031
Phone: 859-257-3574 Fax: 859-323-3646

Self-Care Blog:

For 24/7 assistance, you may contact:
UKPD at 257-8573
GreenHouse 17 (formerly The Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program) at 800-544-2022
The Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center 859-253-2511 or 800-656-4673


About Randolph Hollingsworth

An academic administrator at the University of Kentucky, affiliate faculty in the History Department and in Gender & Women's Studies, as well as with the UK Center for Equality and Social Justice
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