In her lecture, she will explore the issue of sexual assault and talk about ways to combat this ever-present issue. April 8 - - PM in the Kansas Union - Come to the Union for free tea and cookies.At 25-years old, Green will make you laugh and think while exploring this heavy topic. This tea will include an opportunity to talk with Public Safety and other campus representatives about current initiatives related to campus safety and what can be done to make campus a safer place.Perhaps next year I will be able to add "Chapter I" to this most interesting story. But in order to reach the Woodruff family I must first start with the "oldest line" -- the Walkers.
Kelso managed to get the rattlesnake into a box, which was taken to Forrest L. Cody Walker, an education specialist at the facility, said full grown timber snakes – the most venomous snake in Arkansas – can grow longer than four feet and be as wide as an adult human's arm.Understanding offender behavior is a crucial step in shaping effective and appropriately targeted prevention programming, as well as in guiding an institution’s response to specific cases of rape. April 14 - - PM at the Lawrence Public Library - This is a workshop focused on looking at the topic of consent for people with disabilities.Co-Sponsored by Gadugi Safe Center, Independence, Inc. April 22 - - From noon until PM, IOA and the Willow Domestic Violence Center will present a training for faculty and staff within the School of Education on dating violence, resources available on and off campus, and polices and procedures for reporting incidents of dating violence to the University.Both prevention and response efforts are hampered, however, without a clear understanding of the dynamics of offender behavior and of victim response.This presentation will focus on the behaviors and characteristics of men who commit rapes on college campuses.