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Indiana Campus Sexual Assault Primary Prevention Project

Contributions to the Field (by current and former INCSAPPP staff members)

Invited Presentations

“Building Skills to be an Active Bystander” (Presentation)
Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity 2013 Woodrow Wilson Leadership School, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, June 28, 2013 (L. Vacek)

“Exploring the Bro Code: Media Literacy for Men” (Presentation)
Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity 2013 Woodrow Wilson Leadership School, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, June 27, 2013 (L. Vacek)

“Best Practices for the Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence on College Campuses,” (Presentation)
RespectCon 2013, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, April 12, 2013 (L. Vacek)

“Witnessing and Intervening in Violent Situations at Secular and Faith-Based Campuses,” (Poster Session) Mid-America College Health Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, November 8, 2012 (E. Haas, N. Maylath & L. Vacek)

Prevent Connect Podcast, February, 2012
-Katherine Beavis and Emily Haas describe the way in which communication helps in preventing sexual violence

NCAA Student Leadership Forum, November, 2011, Chicago
-Emily Haas invited to facilitate roundtable discussions with student athletes regarding their attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors related to sexual violence

NCAA Violence Prevention Summit, April, 2011, Indianapolis
-INCSAPPP invited to host a display/information table

“Best Practices in Sexual Violence Primary Prevention,” (Presentation) Mid-America College Health Association Annual Conference, Terre Haute, IN, November 3, 2010 (E. Haas & N. Maylath)

"How to Engage Men in Sexual Violence Prevention," (Town Hall Panel) Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County, IN, March 2010 (E. Haas)

“A Statewide Campus/Community Collaboration for Sexual Assault Prevention,” (Poster Session) Partnerships for Health in the New Millennium: Launching Healthy People 2010, Washington, D.C., January 27, 2000 (N. Maylath)


National Sexual Violence Resource Center: “Innovation in Prevention Report,” January, 2012
-INCSAPPP featured as one of the innovators in sexual violence prevention

Haas, E., Mattson, M., & Wilkinson, K. (2011). Flirting is not consent. Ask everyone every time: Designing, implementing, and evaluating a health communication campaign to prevent sexual violence. Cases in Public Health and Communication Marketing, 5, 47-74.

Haas, E., Maylath, N., Harber, J., & Beavis, K. (2010). Accessibility to online sexual violence policy and program information at Indiana institutions of higher education. Sexual Assault Report, 13(6), 83, 94-96