CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University will hold a forum Tuesday to discuss the recent assaults in Corvallis.
A panel of students and university staff will talk about the current infrastructure to prevent and respond to sexual violence. They will discuss safety tips, answer questions and explain how people can become involved in campus safety efforts.
“We want to help everyone understand not only what is now available to help improve campus safety, but to learn how they can help,” said Carrie Giese, sexual violence prevention education coordinator at OSU.
“With this type of outreach effort we want more people to feel empowered,” Giese said. “Campus and community safety is everyone’s job, and there are things all of us can do to be a part of it, learn more about evidence-driven methods that can be helpful.”
The forum is from 5:30-7 p.m. at the LaSells Stewart Center at 875 SW 26th Street. It is free and open to the public.