- Associated Press - Wednesday, January 13, 2016

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - The University of Kansas has chosen a University of Iowa woman as the program director for its new Sexual Assault Prevention & Education Center.

The university announced Wednesday that Jennifer Brockman will start her new job Jan. 20. Brockman currently is executive director of the University of Iowa’s Rape Victim Advocacy Program, which serves 250,000 people in eight counties. She coordinated primary sexual assault prevention and education for four institutions of higher education and many secondary schools.

Kansas’ new center will coordinate the university’s sexual assault prevention and education programming. It also will assess those efforts and create new programming. Brockman is the center’s first employee.

The center is one of several changes recommended by the Chancellor’s Task Force on Sexual Assault, which submitted its final report in May 2015.

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