The Shorthorn 4.6.16 No sexual assaults have been reported at UTA in 2016. This sounds good on the surface, but is there really nothing to be reported? It is difficult to determine if sexual assaults are happening less or if they are going
Campus Climate Survey News Feed "The primary goal of the Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct was to provide participating institutions of higher education with information to inform policies to prevent and respond to sexual assault and misconduct. The survey
Huffpost College 3.31.16 | Tyler Kingkade “Sexual harassment isn’t just a compliance problem.” A top University of California, Santa Cruz, administrator declared Tuesday that the institution must go beyond “what is required by law or policy” when handling sexual assault and harassment cases.
Daily News Journal 3.15.16 | Brian Wilson The number of reported rapes on Tennessee college campuses rose by nearly 10 percent in 2015, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's annual campus crime report. The uptick, however, is likely tied to a national push to lower
Jezebel.com 3.11.16 | Madeleine Davies A yet-to-be released report by Harvard University’s Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention finds that sexual assault and “deeply misogynistic attitudes” run rampant within the school’s final clubs (which, for the uninitiated, are off-campus, members-only, predominantly—if not exclusively—male
Politico Florida 3.4.16 | By Jessica Bakeman and Brendan Cheney TALLAHASSEE — Florida’s colleges and universities report among the lowest rates of on-campus rape in the nation, and relatively few of the state’s higher education institutions are under federal investigations for potentially mishandling
The Blueprint Can Be Found Here The Huffington Post 3.1.16 | Tyler Kingkade The guide by researchers and police aims to improve any law enforcement agency's response to campus sex crimes. A new guide created by University of Texas researchers and campus police
The Hoya 3.1.16 | Kennedy Maker Recently, a friend used our freshman floor group chat to encourage the fifteen recipients to complete the Sexual Assault and Misconduct Climate Survey as soon as we could. Others backed her encouragement, characterizing the survey as “super