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Stalking: What You Need to Know and How You Are Protected

Location: Campus Center 306

The Office of Equal Opportunity will be offering a free, hour-long presentation that will discuss what stalking means, common behaviors, preventative measures, at-risk populations, and how the university can offer assistance. The presentation will begin with a lecture, transition into a facilitated discussion and end with a quick knowledge check. This opportunity is open to students, staff, faculty and admin.

For more information, contact: destinyr@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7958

Tags: EEOAA Title IX

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