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UO Senate workgroup to narrow approach to responsible employee sexual assault reporting

The UO Senate workgroup tasked with drafting a permanent sexual harassment reporting policy will likely propose the university narrow its approach to requiring mandatory reporting. Consensus on this point was reached during the committee’s second meeting today, which follows its previously determined timeline to draft a new policy by Sept. …

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UO will take part in AAU survey on sexual violence and develop its own

University of Oregon will take part in both the American Association of Universities’ campus climate survey and develop its own, a story on the campus website Around the O announced earlier today. The goal of choosing both is to gain more information on sexual violence and have some influence in how the …

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UO professors Jennifer Freyd, Carol Stabile against AAU campus climate survey

University of Oregon Professor Jennifer Freyd has joined 15 other sexual violence experts from across the nation in expressing their disapproval of the Association of American Universities’s announcement of a campus climate survey. The survey will “employ a valid and reliable survey instrument to document the frequency and characteristics of campus sexual …

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Freyd’s survey won’t cancel out the coming AAU’s

Correction: The original article said the survey would come out fall 2015 and that the AAU would be developing the survey. The survey, which will actually be developed by a professional company, will come out in spring 2015. he Association of American Universities is planning to administer a national survey …

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UO Coalition to End Sexual Violence now official

University of Oregon Women and Gender Studies Professor Carol Stabile gets a certain look in her eyes when she talks about sexual assault on campus. Behind her playful cat-eye glasses, her eyes take on a troubled stare as she recalls the people — weighed down by traumatic experiences — who …

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