The survey, administered through the Association of American Universities (AAU), is designed to gauge the prevalence of sexual violence on college campuses, as well as student perception of available support services.
The administrator tasked with issues of sexual assault prevention and education on campus is planning a sexual assault response team and a bystander intervention program.
As detailed in an Oct. 30 article in Student Life, the hiring process for a coordinator of the University’s sexual assault prevention services—an official who would take our campus’s programming around rape prevention to the next level and ensure that there is a comprehensive dialogue—has been stalled yet again.
Washington University’s umbrella organization for sexual assault prevention and education has reorganized itself under new leadership after a semester-and-a-half hiatus and for the first time has set a budget to support its efforts.
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