The American Journal of Preventative Medicine reviews all papers published in the journal over the previous year in order to select what they feel is the most influential manuscript of the year. 

The conference will build on last year's event by expanding conceptual and practical focus to other forms of sexual misconduct and stalking on campus, and will include targeted sessions highlighting how universities have navigated ongoing Title IX changes. 

Health equity research examines health and healthcare for underserved populations and looks at the causes of inequity, develops and evaluates interventions and disseminates findings into community and healthcare settings to improve health outcomes. 

Her presentation, "Intimate Partner Violence and Women's Cancer-related Quality of Life" takes place on July 12th at Paris Descartes University in France. 

The University Research Professorships were established by the UK Board of Trustees in 1976 to recognize outstanding research achievements. 

This one-day symposium is the first university event to closely examine athletes and abuse across the spectrum of sports and ages. 

Students enrolled in Dr. Bonistall Postel's Sociology 439: Victimology class will be hosting the Clothesline Project on campus during National Crime Victim's Rights Week. 

Dr. Coker will be making two presentations on April 9th.