New course on sexual violence among college students to be taught spring semester

Sunday, November 06, 2022
Daily Utah Chronicle

Next semester, University of Utah students will have the option to take a new class centered on eliminating sexual violence. The class, “Critical Perspectives on Sexual Violence Among U.S. College Students” or ELP 5960/6960, will be taught by Chris Linder, an associate professor in educational leadership and policy director of the McCluskey Center for Violence Prevention at the U. The course will focus on exploring the history and current context relating to sexual violence and will examine ways to address the violence that occurs among college students.

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