Sexual Assault Student Educators
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Sexual Assault Student Educators is a student organization on the Statesboro Campus of Georgia Southern University whose mission is to promote discussion among peers regarding the issues of sexual violence. The main goal of these discussions is to increase awareness and sensitivity regarding sexual assault, improve communication around sexual issues, to educate students about sexual assault risk factors, and to reduce the incidence of sexual violence.
What We Do
SASE was developed as a peer education program by SART, the Sexual Assault Response Team, on the Georgia Southern campus. SASE assists in presenting programs such as Sex Signals, It’s On Us week, the Clotheslines Project, and the Take Back the Night march and rally. In addition, SASE members are active in national sexual assault efforts and present specially tailored outreach programs designed to educate and provide information about sexual violence and risk reduction.
How To Join
Visit our MyInvolvement Page or attend a weekly meeting on Tuesdays @ 7:00PM Russell Union Room 2044. To officially become a member, students are required to attend a SASE member training. Trainings are held once per semester. To sign-up for a training, please complete the SASE Member Training Form.
Request A Presentation
If you would like to request a presentation or SASE presence at your event, please contact Dr. Lauren O. Patterson at (912) 478-5541 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit our MyInvolvement Page or Like us on Facebook
Want to get involved on the Armstrong Campus? Join PEP!
Last updated: 8/9/2018