In the spring of 2019, Michigan State University administered its first K N O W MORE @ MSU campus survey, which focused on the culture, perceptions and policies associated with sexual misconduct among undergraduate students, graduate/professional students, faculty and staff. The survey results were crucial for continuing the positive transformation of the culture related to sexual misconduct at MSU, and was instrumental in efforts to modify prevention programming, policy development and resource provision on campus.
Listen in to Dr. Rebecca Campbell, professor of psychology at MSU and advisor to the president on RVSM issues and Dr. Carrie Moylan, an assistant professor of social work discuss the results.
New data released today provides valuable insights on Michigan State University’s climate, the incidence of relationship violence and sexual misconduct and the impact of recent improvements made across campus on these critical issues. (Read more)
MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. announced in an email to community members that the results for the KNOW MORE @ MSU campus survey provided a basis of knowledge that will act as a guide in determining resources and programs necessary to address RVSM issues on campus. (Read more)
More than 15,000 Michigan State University students, staff and faculty participated in the university’s first campus-wide survey. The large number of participants suggests that the results will provide a detailed picture of the culture and perceptions associated with relationship violence and sexual misconduct (RVSM) on campus. (Read more)
Michigan State University March 19 will launch its first campus-wide survey focused on the culture, perceptions and policies associated with relationship violence and sexual misconduct (RVSM) among undergraduate students, graduate/professional students, faculty and staff. (Read more)
Acting MSU President Satish Udpa announced in an email that MSU will be conducting a campus survey that will give the University a baseline measurement on progress in creating a culture around safety, respect and kindness. (Read more)