Dr. Coker will present at the Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education Summit, while Drs. Follingstad & Renzetti present at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting.
The diverse team of UK clinicians will develop and coordinate a program that empowers children, 8-12 years old, by communicating evidence-based science, in an interactive format, to make healthy decisions.
Listen Up Lex is a community-wide event honoring survivor voices, hosted by the University of Kentucky Violence Intervention and Prevention Center.
Women Leading Change in Academia convenes the perspectives of diverse women academic leaders who discuss their rise to key leadership positions and effective change-making in higher education.
This program allows local high school students who are interested in health careers to participate in career development opportunities through workshops with UK staff and students.
"College Sexual Assualt and Female Students with Disabilities" by Margaret Campe is featured in the journal's May research update.
The project aims to reduce opiod overdose deaths in 16 counties across the state by 40 percent.
Her presentation, "Sexual Violence among Sexual Minority Women: Understanding Risk, Vulnerability, and Prevention", will take place on Wednesday, April 3rd at 1:30 in Room 331 of the Student Center.