Prevention, Awareness, and Campus Education
Contact: Macy Warburton, macy.warburton@bakerU.edu
The Prevention, Awareness, and Campus Education Office works to address sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking at Baker University. Through campus and community partnerships, the PACE Office coordinates projects to ensure a safer environment where students can learn and access resources.
Prevention education is an important part of promoting a culture in which violence is not accepted and survivors are believed and supported. The PACE Office works across campus to ensure that all staff, faculty, and staff have multiple opportunities to engage in these important conversations. To request a presentation, contact Macy Warburton at macy.warburton@bakerU.edu.
The mission of Baker Rallies Against Violence Everywhere (BRAVE) is to work to end sexual assault and relationship violence by raising awareness and by empowering all members of the Baker community to create and maintain a safe environment. Learn more on their student group page and follow them on Instagram @bakerubrave.
Coordinated Community Response Team
The Baker University Coordinated Community Response Team are campus and community partners dedicated to the prevention and response of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. Partners include Student Affairs and Title IX staff, local law enforcement, community antiviolence organizations, and student leaders. To learn more, contact macy.warburton@bakerU.edu.