Teal Ribbon Award

Teal Ribbon Award and Volunteer Recognition Ceremony

The teal ribbon is the international symbol promoting sexual assault awareness.  The MSU Center for Survivors established the Teal Ribbon Award in 2008 to recognize and honor campus efforts in this realm.

The Teal Ribbon Award is given annually to recognize departments that have shown leadership and commitment to creating awareness and reducing sexual violence in our campus community.

2019

Dr. Rebecca Campbell

Professor, Department of Psychology

Teal Ribbon Leadership Award Recipient

Dr. Campbell was selected for her service as Chair of the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Expert Advisory Workgroup.  She has played an integral role in efforts to improve policy, prevention, and response to sexual assault at MSU.

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MSU Museum

Teal Ribbon Award Recipient

The MSU Museum was selected for their commitment to building awareness of sexual assault and for elevating survivor voices.  

Past Recipients

Teal Ribbon Award

 

2018

MSU Police Department Special Victims Unit
MSU Police Department Special Victims Unit

2017

MSU Women's Council
MSU Women’s Council

2015

MSU College of Communication Arts
MSU College of Communication Arts & Sciences

2014

MSU School of Criminal Justice
MSU School of Criminal Justice

2011

MSU Vagina Monologues
MSU Vagina Monologues

2008

Dean James Forger & the College of Music

2013

MSU School of Social Work
MSU School of Social Work

2010

Department of Residence Life
Department of Residence Life

2012

MSU Women's Resource Center
MSU Women’s Resource Center

2009

The Department of Psychology Violence Against Women Research & Outreach Initiative

Past Recipients

Teal Ribbon Leadership Award Recipients

 

2018

Anna Cumming
Anna Cumming

2017

Lydia Weiss
Lydia Weiss

2015

Laura Swanson
Laura Swanson