The Association of American Universities (AAU) is set to release on Monday, the findings of a national sexual assault campus climate survey.
More than 25 of the AAU member public and private research universities, including University of Missouri, and one non-member institution participated in the this sexual assault climate survey this spring. University of Kansas, a member of the AAU did not participate in the survey.
More than 150,00 undergraduate, graduate and professional students at 26 AAU universities and one non-AAU institution participated in the survey.
The survey, conducted by Westat, a research company, was designed to “help our institutions gain a better understanding of this complex problem on their own campuses as well as nationally,” AAU President Hunter Rawlings said in a statement released Friday morning.
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