3/14/2014 update: The ODE reported back in October that ASUO and the administration had worked out a deal to keep this funded. Now Randy Geller seems to have changed his mind. From the UO Coalition to End Sexual Violence blog, here.
In other news Jon Krakauer is apparently working on a book on the University of Montana rape case against football player Jordan Johnson.
2/16/2014: How to report a sexual assault at UO: If it’s an assault by faculty or staff, you go to AAEO Director Penny Daugherty. Good luck with that, Ms Daugherty isn’t even competent enough to file UO’s Affirmative Action reports on time. The Eugene Weekly report on the philosophy department allegations is here.
If it’s an assault by a student, you go to Dean of Students Paul Shang’s office. Hannah Golden has the story in the ODE:
The dean of students’ website provides a flowchart outlining the reporting process. However, interpreting it is easier said than done. Psychology GTF Carly Smith has witnessed how frustrating the process can be for students. In a class exercise, she divided students into groups, giving each group a different school’s sexual assault reporting process to examine using web searches. The only group that gave up, Smith said, was the one trying to decipher UO’s process.