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Today at TP/SS: Learn About Transgender Inclusion on Campus Including Restroom Issues

It's Academic

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The April 17th Edition of the Curriculum Newsletter Is Available Online

Guest Lectures

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A Mathematical Tour of the National Mall, Wednesday in HT304


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MC Faculty and Staff Present at the League for Innovations in the Community College Conference


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Staff Council Meets in the Mannakee Building, Thursday, April 20

Professional Development

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Opportunity for Faculty: Interlink Alliance Holds Development Conference at Morgan State University

Workforce Development

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Workforce Development and Continuing Education Impact Report

From the Board of Trustees

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Board of Trustees Public Meeting Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Transfer News

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Final Days to Register for the Transfer Ambassador Training

Campus Sports News

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Raptors Baseball Is 16-16 Overall, 6-8 in MDJUCO

Community Engagement

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HERTime2shine Family Fun Day April 22, Silver Spring Civic Building


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Beware of Latest Phishing E-mails

College/Campus News

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FaceTime FY'17 Year-end Review Presented by Dr. Janet Wormack, May 10 LIVE online!


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Arab American Heritage Month

MC Events

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Humanities Students' Cherry Blossom Conference, April 21

Commencement Update

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Volunteers Needed for May 19 Commencement - 70th Anniversary

Arts at MC

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Artwalk! This Week at MC-Germantown

Student Affairs

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April 17: Learn About Transgender Inclusion on Campus Including Restroom Issues


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Political Science Class Visits Courts of Appeals in Annapolis

April Is Sexual Assault Awareness Month; Join Us for Events on All Three Campuses with Award-Winning Violence-Prevention Group, "Men Can Stop Rape"

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Category: MC Events

Published: 2017-04-17 00:00:01.000

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. As part of Montgomery College's work to address this important topic, the award-winning violence-prevention group, "Men Can Stop Rape," will present their Keynote Address, "Where Do You Stand? Healthy Masculinity and Men Becoming Active Bystanders." The address is open to all and will be delivered at all three campuses:

April 5, 1 p.m. Germantown Campus, Globe Hall
April 6, 1 p.m. Takoma Park/Silver Spring, Cultural Arts Center
April 18, 12:30 p.m. Rockville Campus: Parilla Performing Arts Center

Running time: 75 minutes, plus Q&A
This event meets MC's multicultural diversity requirement for faculty and staff. Certificates of attendance will be provided for MC employees as well as for students.

"Men Can Stop Rape" seeks to mobilize men to use their strength for creating cultures free from violence. Most men are NOT perpetrators of violence, yet the majority of violent acts against women are committed by men. Historically, the vast majority of risk-reduction tactics are directed at women--a dynamic that contributes to destructive myths about sexual assault, like, for example, "she deserved it." For 20 years, Men Can Stop Rape has worked to shift this responsibility by engaging men as allies and inspiring them to feel motivated and capable to help end sexual assault.

"here Do you Stand?" is grounded in recent research on how and why men often choose not to intervene as active bystanders, even though the vast majority of males are opposed to violence against women. The presentation examines stereotypes about masculinity and the pressures that men experience in relation to unhealthy ideas about masculinity. It also explores how healthy masculinity can help to empower men at every level of violence prevention. Participants will learn about safe and effective strategies for bystander intervention when someone is at risk.

This event augments the learning experience of students who are studying sociology, psychology, media, history, communications, law, philosophy, English, or any course that includes critical thinking as a learning objective.

For more information or to reserve seats for your classes, contact:

If you need an accommodation under the ADA, please inform us at least two weeks prior to the event so we can make the necessary arrangements.

Sponsored by the Women's and Gender Studies Program, Boys to Men, Montgomery College Student Life, and the Montgomery College Title IX Office.

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