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SARE Resources

Trainings, Workshops, and Lectures

Affiliates of the SARE program are available to provide empirically-informed lectures, workshops, or trainings about sexual assault, sexual consent, and related topics to groups at UMSL and throughout the St. Louis community. To schedule, please contact Zoë Peterson.


Consulting

Affiliates of the SARE program are available to provide up-to-date research information for advocates, victim service providers, prevention programmers, and Title IX staff at UMSL, throughout the St. Louis region, nationally, and internationally. To schedule a consultation meeting or phone call, please contact Zoë Peterson.


Expert Sources for the Media

Affiliates of the SARE program are available to do interviews or share research findings related to sexual assault with the media. To find an expert source on a topic related to sexual assault, please contact Zoë Peterson.

If you are an UMSL faculty member or graduate student who is doing research related to sexual assault, please contact Zoë Peterson to become an affiliate of SARE!

UMSL undergraduates can potentially contribute to SARE by working as a research assistant for a SARE researcher or by helping us to organize lectures and trainings. Contact Zoë Peterson if you would like to receive information about volunteer opportunities with SARE.