Available Presentations

Our educational presentations are intended for groups affiliated with the University of Kansas such as student organizations, Greek life, as well as academic and administrative departments. Below are descriptions of the trainings we often present to groups on campus.

Available to Request

Consent @ KU

This sex-positive, interactive program helps participants develop the skills needed to communicate and understand consent. Participants will learn about healthy intimate and sexual engagement as well as the importance of respecting the personal boundaries of others. 

Sex, Drugs, and Alcohol

This presentation explores the relationship between drugs, alcohol, and sex. Participants will learn about the impacts of drugs and alcohol on an individual’s capacity to consent. 


Building the skills to show love and be loved is a critical element for future healthy relationships. Participants will gain the tools needed to identify different healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors. 

Sexual Violence Recognition and Response

In this foundational training, participants will break down the definition of sexual violence and learn how to recognize and respond to different forms of sexual violence. The program will also provide participants with an understanding of policies and procedures in place to respond to sexual violence on and off campus. 

Trauma Informed Response for Professionals

Trauma is a part of all our lives in one form or another and can manifest in a variety of ways. This training will address the neurobiological contributors and external manifestations of trauma and provide participants with communication tools for working with those who have had traumatic experiences. This session addresses trauma broadly and is not limited to trauma associated with sexual violence. 

Jayhawks Give a Flock

Jayhawks Give a Flock is KU's bystander intervention program. All incoming KU students attend Jayhawks Give a Flock during Hawk Week. Participants will gain the knowledge and skills to act when they see behaviors that put others at risk for sexual assault. These skills include intervening in situations where others may be at risk of harm, speaking out against rape myths and sexist language, and supporting survivors of sexual violence.