Our 2017 priorities include the prevention, intervention and policy strategies noted in the Anti-Violence Plan for Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, and Stalking. Some of those strategies include expanding the required staff and faculty training program to those not currently required to complete the program, integrating primary prevention strategies within our employee-based prevention training programs, implementing a program for student respondents found responsible for a policy violation, creating student programming that promotes healthy masculinities, ensuring our training for law enforcement and campus judicial members lead to a fair, trauma informed response process, and offering a research-based course based on the Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, and Act curriculum by Dr. Charlene Senn. Envisioning a campus culture without sexual violence may seem aspirational given our current national climate. However, inspirational changes toward this vision are taking place every day on our campus. Through our campus partners’ collective efforts our teaching, research, and service advance our mission to end sexual misconduct.