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Sexual violence, substnce abuse discussed

Washington State University’s Cougar Alliance for a Safe Environment will bring Alan Berkowitz, a health and social justice issues expert, to the Pullman campus Oct. 27 to discuss ways the campus community can continue to prevent sexual violence and substance abuse.
The event is set to begin at 9 a.m. in the Compton Union Building, Room 232.Berkowitz has more than 20 years experience in higher education and is an independent consultant who helps develop programs that concentrate on issues of substance abuse, sexual assault, gender and diversity.
Representatives from the Sexual Misconduct and Prevention Task Force, Health and Wellness Services, CASE and the Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Assessment and Prevention Services will meet with Berkowitz to get current information on the best practices for their programs.
CASE is a community and campus organization that works to enhance and sustain a community in which students feel secure from threat, danger or injury, and supported in making healthy lifestyle choices.
For more information on Berkowitz, visit For more information on CASE, contact Health and Wellness Services at (509) 335-5759.

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