It's On CWRU Faculty/Staff Toolkit

It's on CWRU

Thank you so much for supporting the “Its on CWRU” movement! This toolkit is to be used as a resource to incorporate It’s on CWRU into your courses! The mission of It’s On CWRU is to unify our community’s effort to disrupt the culture of violence. Through evidence-informed education, consciousness raising visuals, survivor support, and community investment, the campaign aims to initiate and support ongoing societal shifts that foster a safe environment for all people. By implementing a couple of these tools into your courses, students will have another opportunity to learn about It’s on CWRU and how they can create a campus culture free of violence! 

  • Tips for helping a Student in Crisis
  • Take the It’s on CWRU Pledge to disrupt the culture of Violence!
  • Complete the It’s on CWRU Prosocial Bystander Training and receive a placard for your office to show that you support the It’s on CWRU movement!
  • Put the It’s on CWRU logo in your signature to help spread awareness about the It’s on CWRU movement!
  • Sample Syllabus Statements - Add one of these statements into your syllabus to let students know that your class is a class where violence will not be tolerated. 
  • Extra Credit Opportunities 
    • Have your class attend a prosocial bystander training and write a reflection paper about their experience 
    • Have your students attend a “It’s on CWRU” Street team volunteer session 
    • A full list of our events can be found here. 
  • Paper Topics 
    • The role of a bystander in violence prevention on college campuses 
    • Power based personal violence and its impact on college students 
    • The impact of sexual violence on marginalized communities 
    • The impact of sexual violence on men 
    • Student activism and violence prevention 
    • Creating a culture of change 
    • The history of Title IX
  • Sample Class Projects
    • Have students develop a marketing or PR campaign for It’s on CWRU 
    • Have students create a bystander intervention awareness program 
    • Have students develop a peer education training that teaches students how to deliver bystander training