The Sexual Respect Initiative Independent Projects submission window ended Oct. 7. Please visit here if you would like to complete another option.
Want to create your own project that aligns with your interests or professional development goals, either on your own or with a small group?
- Organize a workshop for yourself and a group of students;
- Plan and moderate a discussion with faculty or administrators at your school;
- Host a film screening;
- Convene or participate in a reading group; or
- Create art (e.g., visual, poetry or prose, video, multimedia, music, dance) around the themes of sexual respect. (See the 2015 Arts Option for examples.)
The ways to utilize the Independent Projects option are nearly endless – it’s really up to you.
Sorry, projects completed before now or that are part of classwork are not eligible.Take me back to all options.
Guidelines and Timeline
Submit your proposal by Friday, October 7.
We will evaluate your proposal, follow up with questions if necessary, notify you when your proposal is approved, and provide instructions for confirming participation in CourseWorks.
For more information about borrowing a film and for workshop outlines, reading lists, or guidelines for art submissions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete your project by Sunday, October 30.
Independent Project - Event
Submit your project proposal online at least 10 days in advance of the event.
Once approved, the Sexual Respect Initiative team will work with you to list and promote your event if you choose.
Have a terrific event!
Share your results with the Sexual Respect Initiative team.
Independent Project - Attendee
To attend a workshop or event that another student has created as an approved Independent Project, you must:
Register for the event via the Evenbrite form provided by the host.
Engage with your classmates at the event.
Confirm your participation in CourseWorks: select and complete the “In-Person Workshops & Film Screenings” form.