Charlene SennCharlene Senn will discuss her Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, Act sexual assault resistance education program in a public lecture Thursday.

Lecture to explore educating women to resist sexual assault

UWindsor professor Charlene Senn has devoted her professional life to arming women with the knowledge and tools they need to better protect themselves against sexual violence.

Holding appointments in psychology and women’s and gender studies as well as the Canada Research Chair in Sexual Violence, Dr. Senn will discuss her work developing the sexual assault resistance education program Enhanced Access, Acknowledge, Act (EAAA) in a free public presentation Thursday, Nov. 29.

Senn’s lecture, entitled “We don’t have to wait for social change: How an evidence-based sexual assault resistance education for women improves women’s safety without restricting their freedom,” begins at 4 p.m. in room 123, Odette Building

The event is presented by the Humanities Research Group as part of the Martin Wesley lecture series.