You see someone being bullied, hurt or in a potentially dangerous situation.
What do you do?
Be a prosocial bystander! See something, say something.
Here at Gateway, we care about our students, staff and visitors. We want an environment that is a safe and welcoming as possible. If you see something that may cause harm or violates the safe and welcoming atmosphere, we encourage you to act.
We’re not saying you need to put yourself in a dangerous situation. It may mean saying something, if you are comfortable doing that. It may mean not participating, or joining in, the demeaning behavior. It might mean contacting a Gateway official about the incident. It might mean filing a report of concerning behavior yourself.
Be a prosocial bystander! If you see something, say something. It’s something that will benefit all of us.
For more information...
- Prevent sexual assault by being a prosocial bystander
- Bystander intervention tips and strategies (pdf)
Prosocial Bystander Training
Learn how to take action in difficult situations to prevent sexual assault and other forms of discrimination.
- Elkhorn Campus: October 9, 2019, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. | Register
- Racine Campus: November 11, 2019, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. | Register
One person from each session will be randomly chosen to receive a Samsung tablet, case, and keyboard (only one prize per student).
Moving from Unconscious Bias to Inclusive Leadership
Hayley Barnard, Inclusion Thought Leader with MIX Diversity Developers (UK), explains unconscious bias and how to combat it in this informative recorded webinar. Though the webinar is presented from a leadership context, the majority of the presentation is highly relevant for non-leaders. Pizza and soda are provided.
- Kenosha Campus: October 23, 2019, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. | Register