University of Kansas Requiring the Campus Community to Take an Online Tutorial on Sexual Abuse

The University of Kansas is requiring all students, faculty, and staff to complete an online course on sexual harassment and sexual violence. All members of the campus community were emailed a link to an online tutorial entitled, “Sexual Harassment & Sexual Violence: What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You.” The 20-minute training program is mandatory for all members of the campus community who have been given one month to complete the training.

“This online training is a small but important step to ensure that KU is an equitable and safe campus community for everyone,” said Fred Rodriguez, vice provost for diversity and equity at the University of Kansas.

Filed Under: NewsSexual Assault/Harassment


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