Community Partnerships

YWCA

2011

  • Kyle Schmidt, Katie Lawless, Marissa Bradley – project worked with the YWCA of Topeka and allies to organize a dating abuse prevention event or activity in the Topeka community. The project included an evidence-based plan and use of community allies, marketing materials and social media to promote dating abuse prevention focused on stopping violence before it starts by encouraging cultural change (particularly for men and boys).

2012

  • Kelsey Boss, Kevin Krouse, Roger Beane, Kathryn Clark, Rachel Klaus – project was to work with the YWCA of Topeka and allies to organize a dating abuse prevention event or activity in the Topeka community or on the Washburn campus. The project required an evidence-based plan and use of community allies, marketing materials and social media to implement the activity.