Campus Safety Programs for Graduate Students
Not Anymore for Graduate Students is a reality-based suite of 20 modules designed specifically for graduate students. Featuring older peer presenters as well as select scenarios that are more age-appropriate, Not Anymore for Graduate Students works to reduce interpersonal violence on your campus, while helping you meet Title IX education mandates. Student testimonials throughout the program foster viewer empathy to help prevent interpersonal violence.
Our content, your way.
You pick the number and order of modules you want in your campus’s version of Not Anymore. We can then eliminate, alter or add to the pre-and post-tests, add your campus policies, definitions and procedures, and require students to acknowledge having read them. We’ll then also customize the program’s resources page with your information, add your logo and campus branding, and even add a customized video introduction. No other online program offers the flexibility of Not Anymore.
Crucial content on Gender Discrimination.
Not Anymore for Graduate Students dedicates an entire module to the unique faculty/adviser/student dynamics found in graduate program environments that can lead to sexual harassment and worse. The module helps students identify inappropriate behavior and suggests ways to address it at the very earliest stages before the conduct worsens. Student testimonials address Gender Discrimination throughout the module.
Healthy or unhealthy?
Not Anymore for Graduate Students features extensive explorations of healthy versus unhealthy relationships. Viewers learn what to expect of and in a healthy relationship, and what kinds of behaviors and feelings indicate a relationship is unhealthy.
At key points of Not Anymore for Graduate Students, viewers are reminded of their pre-test answers, either confirming their knowledge or confronting their misconceptions. Their peers’ answers are also presented to leverage social norming. These interactive elements help defeat rape myths and improve learning outcomes.
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“I liked the pairing of narrative with demonstration followed by written information. It is a good way to solidify content—hear it, see it, read it. It is always beneficial to hear it from a person in the same peer group. Thank you for making it work-related and relevant to graduate situations.”
“I appreciated the survivors’ first-hand accounts. It was really moving and humanized an otherwise distant, political-sounding issue and made me want to advocate for change.”
“I liked that it really related to graduate students and that it was informative but not in a super preachy way. I also liked that it had the trigger warnings so I knew about potentially troubling content before watching.”
“The clear and concise definitions made the terms related to assault and abuse easy to understand. I felt the various personal accounts likely hit home for many viewers in one way or another as they did for me and they were very meaningful and powerful being delivered from the victims themselves. The examples of how to A.C.T. were exceptional. I’m sure many bystanders are afraid to get involved, but the video showed great ways to do so while limiting liability.”