Photo: Paula Burch-Celentano.
By: Mary Cross.
When the results of the climate survey on sexual misconduct were released at a town hall meeting on the uptown campus in January 2018, hundreds of students attended the event, with many speaking up about their concerns. Now, a course offered by the Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking is fostering student collaboration in order to address the issue of sexual assault and work toward changing the campus culture.
Approximately 50 students are providing interdisciplinary input in the one-credit seminar called Project IX: Student Design to End Sexual Assault.
Read the full article here, courtesy of NewWave.