Upcoming Events

Browse the opportunities below to become involved in sexual and relationship violence prevention today. Follow @ASUSRVP on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to learn more.

For more information, email consent@asu.edu.

Continuing the Conversation – You Can Do Something: What do I do?
Tuesday, September 7
6:30-7:30 p.m. (MST)
Zoom: links.asu.edu/YCDSConversation
You may feel committed to serving your community as an empowered bystander, but still be facing the question of, “What do I do?” Learn about various ways you can intervene such as, delegation, creating a distraction, directly checking-in, and more.

Pop Culture Corners: The Teacher
Friday, September 10
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (MST)
Room 210 Plata, Memorial Union, ASU Tempe
What does it look like when there is a power imbalance in a relationship? This session of Pop Culture Corners will explore Hulu’s show The Teacher, highlighting unhealthy and unsafe relationships between a student and a teacher.

SDSN Community Circle: Deciphering digital dating
Monday, September 13
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Digital dating has been a common way to connect and build relationships for years, but even though the conversations may be taking place online doesn't mean that boundaries don't play a role. Talk with your peers about safe and healthy ways to connect digitally.

Continuing the Conversation – You Can Do Something: Intervening online
Tuesday, September 14
6:30-7:30 p.m. (MST)
Zoom: links.asu.edu/YCDSConversation
We don’t always think of bystander intervention as something that takes place in our virtual environments, but we have a role to play as empowered bystanders in all our environments. Our online content can either contribute to, or work to dismantle, the culture of violence.

Pop Culture Corners: End of the F***ing World
Friday, September 17
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (MST)
Room 210 Plata, Memorial Union, ASU Tempe
Join us for this session of Pop Culture Corners as we discuss Netflix’s End of the F***ing World’s portrayal of sexual violence, being a survivor, and relationships.

SDSN Community Circle: Supporting undocumented and DACA survivors
Monday, September 20
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Victims and survivors whom are undocumented, DACA recipients or non-U.S. citizens, face additional legal challenges and concerns that are often not experienced by other survivors who are U.S. citizens. Learn more about how to offer your support to victims and survivors of sexual and relationship violence in this community circle.

Continuing the Conversation – You Can Do Something: What do I say?
Tuesday, September 21
6:30-7:30 p.m. (MST)
Zoom: links.asu.edu/YCDSConversation
We may find ourselves in a situation where we want to intervene, check-in with someone or say something, but we are having trouble finding the right words. Work alongside your peers to discuss some of the phrases and words you can use to contribute to a thriving community here at ASU.

Pop Culture Corners: The Morning Show
Friday, September 24
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (MST)
Room 210 Plata, Memorial Union, ASU Tempe
What does a hostile and unsafe work environment look like? Come to this session of Pop Culture Corners as we highlight workplace violence, harassment, and how to identify signs of a hostile work environment.

SDSN Community Circle: Hashing it out - Healthy conflict
Monday, September 27
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Conflict and disagreements are a part of all healthy relationships, but how can we distinguish unhealthy from healthy conflict? Explore how to practice healthy conflict even when conversations feel heated alongside your peers in this Sun Devil Support Network community circle.

Continuing the Conversation – You Can Do Something: The big, the small and everything in between
Tuesday, September 28
6:30-7:30 p.m. (MST)
Zoom: links.asu.edu/YCDSConversation
When we think about stepping into situations where we fear harm may occur, we often think of stepping in when someone is blatantly discriminatory or asking professionals for help when we fear physical violence may ensue. But it is our role as empowered bystanders to interrupt behaviors across the entire continuum of sexual violence including challenging rigid gender roles, correcting microaggressions and more. Explore some of the more covert (harder to notice) situations where we can intervene to contribute to a safe and respectful community here at ASU.

SDSN Community Circle: Honing in on healthy – exploring healthy relationships
Monday, October 4
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
What are the characteristics of a healthy romantic relationship or a healthy friendship? How can we practice healthy behaviors in all our relationships? Discuss relationships alongside your peers and learn more about how healthy relationships build you up rather than break you down.

Continuing the Conversation – You Can Do Something: Your personal action plan
Tuesday, October 5
6:30-7:30 p.m. (MST)
Zoom: links.asu.edu/YCDSConversation
Create your own personal action plan as an empowered bystander and commit to contributing to ASU’s thriving community for the rest of the year and beyond. How will you encourage others to get involved?

SDSN Community Circle: Understanding unhealthy friendships
Monday, October 11
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
What are the red flags (warning signs) of unhealthy friendships? We often hear about the red flags of romantic or dating relationships and some of these may look different in our friendships. Explore unhealthy friendships with your peers and how to navigate a friendship that may have turned unhealthy.

SDSN Community Circle: To ghost or not to ghost?
Monday, October 18
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
This spooky season, explore "ghosting" with the Sun Devil Support Network. Are there times when "ghosting" someone is appropriate? We know "ghosting" can hurt, so how can we lean on each other and seek support if we experience it? How can we practice self-reflection of our own behaviors to ensure we are always respecting others' boundaries?

SDSN Community Circle: Does Long Distance Make the Heart Grow Fonder?
Monday, October 25
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Long distance relationships (LDRs) can be hard to manage. You might choose to continue the relationship, or make the decision to end it for everyone's benefit. Join us as we discuss the intricacies of LDRs in college, and how to end one in a caring, empathetic manner.

SDSN Community Circle: What is healthy sexuality?
Monday, November 1
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
I know, I know, it may seem like a simple answer, but when we begin to take a closer look at “healthy sexuality”, we can see how multi-layered and unique the concept can be for each individual. What do you feel are important, or even necessary, components of healthy sexuality? How might these differ for someone else?

SDSN Community Circle: Supporting Native American and Indigenous Survivors
Monday, November 8
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Our Native American and Indigenous community members have experienced, and continue to experience, high rates of violence. Explore some of the unique ways in which abuse can manifest in some Native American and Indigenous communities and learn more about how to support victims and survivors of sexual and relationship violence.

SDSN Community Circle: Beyond a binary – exploring the spectrum of gender
Monday, November 15
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Part of our shared human experience is navigating the social constructs we find ourselves in: gender included. We’re going to be talking about what gender is, how we can beyond a binary, and how to live authentically and kindly.

SDSN Community Circle: Setting boundaries with family
Monday, November 22
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Sometimes it can be tricky to set boundaries with our family, but like all other relationships in our lives, boundaries play a pivotal role in healthy, familial relationships. Learn more about navigating our boundaries with our family and how we can lean on one another as we work to build healthy, familial relationships.

SDSN Community Circle: Post-Holiday Check-In
Monday, November 29
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
We want to hear about your break! The good, the bad and the ugly. Come visit with your peers and reflect on your time without coursework while we prepare for the upcoming close of the semester.

SDSN Community Circle: Prioritizing our relationship with ourselves
Monday, December 6
5-6 p.m. (MST)
Suite 392, Student Services, ASU Tempe
Arguably the most important relationship we have is with the one we have with ourselves. However, sometimes being our own friend is easier said than done. Explore how we can cultivate a healthy relationship with ourselves.