Voices Against Violence, part of the Counseling and Mental Health Center in the Division of Student Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin, will host a series of programs marking Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout April. WHAT: Sexual Assault Awareness Month will include nine innovative programs focused on raising awareness and preventing sexual violence… » Continue Reading
Voices Against Violence, a program of the Counseling and Mental Health Center at The University of Texas at Austin, has organized a series of events on campus during April in recognition of national Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
An interactive Theater for Dialogue performance Wednesday, Oct. 13, and a Silent Witness Day rally Oct. 20 will be held at The University of Texas at Austin to raise awareness during Dating Violence Awareness Month about the prevalence of interpersonal violence issues in the college-age population.
The Voices Against Violence program at The University of Texas at Austin is uniting students in a proactive stance against dating violence during Domestic Violence Awareness Month through a series of public events in October.