AIR Week of Awareness to Host Events April 3-6

April 3-6, the Office of Title IX Compliance, with the support of Residence Life, ERAU Athletics, Campus Safety & Security, Sigma Sigma Rho and Tri-Sigma, is proud to announce AIR Week of Awareness. The AIR Team (Awareness, Response, Intervention) is Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Bystander Intervention Team. For more information, and to get involved, contact Clare Maloney at or Rachel Silverman at

Monday, April 3, 7 p.m., Henderson Welcome Center
AIR Week – “Where Do You Stand?” with Dr. DK Stancil

Tuesday, April 4, 7:30–9:30 P.M. – Connolly Quadrangle
AIR Week – Take Back the Night 

Take Back the Night is an event in which victims who have suffered from a sexual assault, a domestic violence event or sexual harassment may speak out about their experiences in a safe group setting. Hosted by Sigma Sigma Rho and Sigma Sigma Sigma sororities.

Wednesday, April 5, 12–2 P.M. – West Lawn
AIR Week – Walk A Mile in Her Shoes

Walk-A-Mile in Her Shoes provides men the opportunity to help raise awareness about violence against women by walking in women's shoes in the middle of Embry-Riddle's Campus. Presented by Sigma Sigma Rho sorority.  

Thursday, April 6, 6:30 P.M. – Willie Miller Instructional Center, Lemerand Auditorium
AIR Week – Premiere of Embry-Riddle’s own “It’s On Us” video.

“It’s On Us” is a video and Daytona Beach Campus-wide campaign to help prevent sexual assault. Thursday night is also the launch of the AIR Team.

For more information and to get involved, contact Clare Maloney at or Rachel Silverman at See the attached flyer.



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