Internal Media

Building a Positive Frosh Experience
Upper-year students and University staff work together to advance and maintain a safer, inclusive, sustainable and meaningful Frosh for new students - By Christopher T. Dietzel, Orientation Education & Training, Campus Life & Engagement
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Online Sexual Violence Awareness Program 
Big news - McGill has launched it’s first-ever mandatory, online sexual violence education program for all students, staff and faculty. Listen to the Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education's (OSVRSE's) podcast, where they chat with the Dean of Students, Chris Buddle and Dr. Alex Leipins, Academic Associate with Teaching and Learning Services (TLS), about how this program came to be, what it includes and how to access the training, and much more. Listen to the episode here.

Enhancing the Frosh Experience
In this episode, the Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education is joined by Belanna, Maya, Evren, Ilan, and Kim, Coordinators (Coords) for Frosh 2019. Also joining them is Chris Dietzel, who is responsible for orientation education and training through Campus Life & Engagement (CL&E). They, along with numerous other students and staff, are responsible for effecting necessary changes to the structure and meaning of Frosh to help foster safe(r) and more inclusive experiences for Froshies (the new students participating in Frosh) during Orientation Week. These guest speakers discuss what it means to create a culture of consent, how to live a consent-based life during Frosh, the re-design of the Frosh student leader training sessions, and the incorporation of the new online mandatory sexual violence education prevention program It Takes All of Us. Listen to the episode here.

External Media 

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