One in six women and one in 19 men will experience stalking in their lifetimes. As part of National Stalking Awareness Month, the UT Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness will hold a lecture and question-and-answer session with Anna Nasset.“Stand Up to Stalking and Sexual Violence” has been rescheduled from Wednesday, Jan. 30, to Monday, March 11, at 6 p.m. in Health and Human Services Building Room 1711.
Nasset will share her story to increase awareness about these crimes and to support service providers and survivors.
“The Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness would like to bring additional information about the effects of stalking and how advocacy can help victims of stalking to UT’s campus,” said Dr. Kasey Tucker-Gail, associate professor of criminal justice and director of the UT Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness.
Nasset will discuss her personal account of being stalked by a stranger for more than seven years, and how advocacy for stalking victims is important for recovery.
For more information about the free, public lecture, go to the Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness website.
If you are experiencing a stalking or sexual misconduct concern, help is available: Contact the Center for Student Advocacy and Wellness at 419.530.3431.