In Part Two of our special report, Voice for Victims, we’re taking a closer look at a groundbreaking program at Central Michigan University that’s leading the charge to support survivors of sexual assault. (Check out part 1 here.)
Nassar, a sports medicine doctor, is accused of molesting more than 200 young athletes during treatments.
MSU is being investigated by the state and NCAA for how school leaders handled complaints from victims.
The scope of the issue though extends far beyond MSU.
According to the National Criminal Justice Reference System, one in five women will be sexually assaulted while in college.
“It is a national global issue,” says Brooke Oliver-Hempenstall, director of Sexual Aggression Services at CMU.
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