Charlene Senn is one of five global experts presenting research on issues of global importance at Psychology Day at the UN on Thursday, April 15.
A pair of live chats will explore avenues to prevent sexual assault Thursday, Feb. 4, on the Flip the Script UWindsor Facebook page.
The Bystander Initiative is seeking undergraduate students to enrol in “Practical Strategies for Social Change.”
A program to help young women resist sexual coercion and assault received almost $1 million in federal research funding Monday.
Charlene Senn will discuss her Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, Act sexual assault resistance education program in a public lecture Thursday.
University of Windsor professors Jennifer Willet and Oliver Love have been awarded Canada Research Chairs.
Charlene Senn’s goal is to empower women.
The University of Windsor professor has devoted her professional life to arming women with the knowledge and tools they need to better protect themselves against sexual violence without limiting their freedom.
And it’s that work that has led to her appointment as the Canada Research Chair in this field of study.
“During my undergraduate degree I really didn’t know what I was going to do and had always thought about careers like medicine or dentistry,” Dr. Senn said.
500 first-year students will receive $50 gift cards for taking training in the Bystander Initiative.
Women who use resistance strategies have a greater chance of escaping sexual assault, says Dusty Johnstone, one of the leaders of “Flip the Script.”