New sexual assault research not acknowledged by OU administrators

For months, OU’s highest administrative offices have not responded to new research on sexual misconduct on the Norman campus.

In April 2016, a report detailing the findings of the research — including that 19 percent of 823 OU students surveyed said they had been sexually assaulted — was delivered by researchers from the OU Psychology Clinic to the Office of the President, Title IX and other administrative offices, but the researchers said it had only been acknowledged by the Gender + Equality Center.

OU President David Boren said he never received the report, but that its findings on campus sexual assault were unsurprising.

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