Registration is now live for "Campus Responses to Sexual Misconduct: Pausing to Consider the Implications", taking place at the Hyatt Regency on September 21st and 22nd. 

This will be a unique opportunity for researchers and practitioners to discuss the latest findings from a new CDC funded study on Green Dot, a bystander intervention strategy for sexual violence prevention. 

The national organization promotes and protects sociological research and teaching on significant problems of social life and encourages the application of scientific method and theory to the study of vital social problems.

The study involves helping victims of sexual and domestic abuse alleviate chronic pain using a smartphone application. 

A local women’s shelter is witnessing firsthand the healing powers of farming and is working with University of Kentucky researchers to further develop this program and assess its impact.

The class welcomed Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear to campus Friday, April 28, as he presented the class with the first-place prize in the #VoiceofJustice video contest.

This study gives us data on how to effectively implement strategies to make progress in the area of violence prevention.