Students and others havequestioned why the institution has not regularly notified the campus of reported sexual assaults.
After two reported assaults during travel abroad, the the university said it would add training for students in foreign programs.
The institution has affirmed its commitment to victims of sexual assault, collected resources online, and heldevents on sexual-assault awareness.
At the direction of the state’s governor, Andrew M. Cuomo, the SUNY system established a working group in October 2014 and introduced a new set of policies on sexual-violence prevention and response, including an affirmative-consent standard, in December 2014.
An investigation of the State University of New York system was resolved in October 2013.
ALBANY -- New York has more colleges under federal investigation for mishandling sexual violence than any other state in the country, and the number of colleges under review has nearly tripled since spring, when the U.S. Department of Education's ...
Natural Sciences Room 1001 was filled to the brim with students, faculty, and community members as they waited for last night's panel, "Behind the Headlines: Ending Sexual Violence on College Campuses" to begin.