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One Wave workshops are 1-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills on how each of us can help keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence. After this training, you will be able to recognize potential moments of harm, acknowledge barriers that stop us from acting and identify realistic ways to intervene.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

One Wave workshops are 1-hour peer-led conversations that provide foundational knowledge and skills on how each of us can help keep our peers and communities safe from sexual violence. After this training, you will be able to recognize potential moments of harm, acknowledge barriers that stop us from acting and identify realistic ways to intervene.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

Using powerful stories grounded in personal experiences, Tim Mousseau uses his passion and vulnerability to guide conversations that will leave students inspired to combat sexual violence, redefine masculinity, and provoke change. For more information on Mo-Men-Tum: Changing the Landscape on Modern Masculinity, please visit allin.tulane.edu/events.

The Idea Symposium is an annual event which invites Newcomb-Tulane College undergraduate participants from the full breadth of disciplines housed within Tulane University to showcase the scientific rigor and creative talents they possess. The symposium offers students presentation experience and fosters collaborative relationships with faculty mentors and fellow students. The Idea Symposium features poster presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations, and exhibits. All are welcome to attend!

 

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Freeman Business School Atrium

 A critical element of consensual sex is communication. This workshop addresses the multi-facets of consent, including: what consent language can sound like and look like, how to negotiate personal desires and preferences, how to respond to rejection, and how alcohol and other substance use impact sexual decision-making.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

The Buzz - Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth-busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses. This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

 A critical element of consensual sex is communication. This workshop addresses the multi-facets of consent, including: what consent language can sound like and look like, how to negotiate personal desires and preferences, how to respond to rejection, and how alcohol and other substance use impact sexual decision-making.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

 A critical element of consensual sex is communication. This workshop addresses the multi-facets of consent, including: what consent language can sound like and look like, how to negotiate personal desires and preferences, how to respond to rejection, and how alcohol and other substance use impact sexual decision-making.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please email whp@tulane.edu.

The Buzz - Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth-busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses. This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

The Buzz - Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth-busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses. This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

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