Survey of UW students shows decline in sexual misconduct

Wednesday, May 31, 2023
Wyoming News Now

A recent survey shows that the percentage of University of Wyoming students who reported experiencing at least one instance of sexual assault at UW has declined by 11 percent since the last survey in 2018. The drop is likely a result of the university’s implementation of an evidence-based prevention program called Green Dot, says Matt Gray, a UW Department of Psychology professor and an expert in sexual violence prevention and intimate partner violence who led both campus climate surveys.

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