Events & Programs

5K and Dog Walk
In partnership with Recreation and Wellness, this annual 5K and Dog Walk gathers folks who are interested in raising awareness for sexual assault. This event takes place every April.   

Build the Best BG
This annual event kicks off the school year by inviting the BGSU community to participate in creating an inclusive, open, and safe community. This event is hosted in collaboration with We Are One Team (WA1T), Center for Women and Gender Equity, and Not In Our Town (NIOT).

Consent & Bystander Cart
Be on the look-out for the Center for Violence Prevention and Education's famous portable popsicle cart! During the warmer months, you’ll find this bright orange cart in the Union Oval, passing out FREE popsicles and providing discussion and activities on consent and bystander intervention. We also provide free rides to class for students on a BGSU golf cart.

Informed-U

Standing Together Against Sexual Violence and Misconduct (Informed-U) sessions are based on small-group discussions. Informed-U provides the framework for learning, but puts the actual learning experience in the hands of students. Student facilitators are trained to deliver discussion-based learning sessions to groups of six to eight students at a time. While the facilitator manages the process and logistics of the 1.5- to 2-hour sessions, participants take the lead in running it. Participants leave their sessions with a broader perspective and deeper understanding of sexual violence and misconduct, and also with strategies they have worked through together for how they can make a difference. The result is a stronger connection to community and greater commitment to improving campus culture.

It’s On Us Teach-In
Join the Center for Violence Prevention and Education for their annual conference promoting conversation and awareness about the issue of sexual assault on BGSU's campus via community and peer-led education.

Due to COVD-19 closures and cancellations, the 2nd Annual It's On Us Teach-In will be held digitally - please follow us on social media to stay up-to-date. This  event is an exciting opportunity to learn from fellow students and educators of the BGSU community on gender- and power-based violence. The teach-in focuses on prevention, advocacy, and response to violence. on college campuses. Attendance is open to all BGSU students, staff, and faculty, as well as community members

Masculinities Month (November)
Hosted by the Center for Violence Prevention and Education, Masculinities Month is a month-long series of events and programming intended to engage men-identified students, faculty, staff, and community members in conversations surrounding healthy masculinities, consent, sexual violence prevention, and empower students to take an active role as a bystander on campus.

Men’s Engagement Socials
Are you a man on campus? The Center for Violence Prevention and Education has a series of events just for you! Join the CVPE and other men on campus for a series of discussions on what it means to embody healthy masculinity in your daily life. Through this series you will have the opportunity to discover what masculinity means to you and engage in activities and discussion with other men to share concerns, ask questions, and reflect on your own experiences. Each social features new conversations, new faces, and a different, FREE treat courtesy of the CVPE!

Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April)
Every April CVPE participates in Sexual Assault Awareness Month with extensive programming and awareness activities to educate the BGSU Community and raise awareness about sexual violence.