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COPH joins United Nations on empowerment of women

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Belinda-Rose Young, an alumna of the USF College of Public Health’s Department of Community and Family Health, said she is still in awe at the global impact of the EmpowerWomen campaign. Young was one of 44 professionals chosen worldwide to serve as a global champion for women’s economic empowerment by UN Women, a United Nations […]

Views of women and acceptance of ‘rape myths’ lead to higher rates of sexual coercion by male athletes

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New research led by the University of South Florida College of Public Health finds the prevalence of sexual coercion by athletes is higher than that by non-athletes due to a difference in attitudes toward women. The study, “Sexual Coercion Practices among Undergraduate Male Recreational Athletes, Intercollegiate Athletes, and Non-Athletes,” is published in the journal Violence […]