Project AWAKEN

We love your syllabus, too! 

Syllabi serve as road maps to help students know what to expect throughout the semester. Add a disclaimer to your syllabus to educate students about your obligation as a responsible employee. Feel free to use this sample: 

Tech faculty are committed to supporting our students and maintaining a safe campus. Sexual misconduct, including dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, will not be tolerated and is expressly prohibited as outlined by Tech Policy 143. Please be aware that if you choose to confide in a faculty member regarding an issue of sexual misconduct, they are obligated to inform the University’s Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator can assist you in connecting with all possible resources both on- and off- campus.

While you are a student at the University, please know there are a number of resources and options available for you. The Counseling Center (931-372-3331), Eagle Eye After Hours Crisis Hotline (855-206-8997), Health Services (931-372-3320), and Project AWAKEN (931-372-6566) are confidential resources. 

 

Don't Cancel That Class

Are you a professor who can’t make it to a class and are considering canceling it? Don’t cancel that class! Instead, schedule an informative program for your students during that valuable class time by filling out the request form below.

Programs

  • Project AWAKEN Programs

    Sexual Violence (SV) Program

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • This program provides an overview of the definitions and dynamics of sexual violence (including sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking), what the root causes of sexual violence are as well as practical solutions to end sexual violence.

    The Box Exercise

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • This highly interactive program sheds light on the power structures and societal attitudes enforced by everyday language that helps create a rape-accepting culture. This program can be added to other programs upon request.
    • Please note: Explicit language is present frequently throughout the program as a reflection of cultural words and phrases present in society today.

    Sexual Assault (SA) Program

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • This interactive program covers the definitions of sexual assault and consent, social myths surrounding sexual assault, the profile of the most common perpetrator found on college campuses, information on drugs used to facilitate sexual assault, bystander intervention strategies, and how to help a survivor.

    Consent Program

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • Consent is more than just 'No means no!' This engaging program requires group work and discussion to discuss the legal implications of consent, practice scenarios, and how to exemplify healthy consent in everyday life (pst, even outside of sex!).

    Domestic/Dating Violence (DV) Program

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • This interactive program covers the myths and realities of DV, discussing how and why people stay and struggle to leave these relationships, the differences between healthy and DV relationships, and how to help someone in an abusive relationship.​

    Healthy Relationships Program

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • This engaging program requires group work and discussion about what behaviors are appropriate in relationships. The program also discusses the health of relationships for various TV shows couples. Lastly, the program addresses how to build healthy relationships.  

    Stalking Program

    • Approximate Time: 45-60 minutes
    • This program details stalking. It's definition, safety considerations, stalking in the media, the patterns of behavior associated with it, and ways to help.

    Virtual Reality (VR) Bystander Training

    • Approximate Time: 30-60 minutes
    • This program allows students to work as a team to be active bystanders in a virtual reality scenario. They make decisions that lead them to different scenarios where they have the opportunity to intervene in situations of sexual violence. *This program requires a projector to do as a group. 

  • Center for Career Development Programs

    Internships and Cooperative Education: The importance of Getting Experience Outside the Classroom

    Employer Ready Resumes

    Top Ten Interview Tips for College Students

    How to Successfully Navigate a Job Fair

  • Other

    Don't see the program you are looking for?

    • Don't see a type of program that you are looking for? Don't worry, select other and tell us what type of program you would like, and we can help you find the correct program for you.

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We have a higher likelihood of fulfilling your request if we receive it at least two weeks in advance. We will, however, always try to accommodate your request. This service is currently available for classes and organizations held on Tech’s MAIN Campus.

*Options with the astrict are only available during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8 am- 4 pm)

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