Kerry Frazee, Sexual Violence Prevention and Education

Kerry Frazee

Practice Areas: Sexual Violence Prevention

Kerry Frazee is an academic expert in sexual violence prevention, specifically among college students. At the University of Oregon, she is the director of Sexual Violence Prevention and Education. She leads the team that develops educational programs, such as Get Explicit, designed to engage students in creating a healthier campus community.

Contact: | 541-346-6758

Recent Media:
A generation of American men give up on college: ‘I just feel lost’ (The Wall Street Journal, Sept. 6. 2021)
University of Oregon educates students on cannabis consumption (Cheddar News, Aug. 6, 2019)
Bill aims to stop sharing of sexual images of others without consent (KEZI, June 6, 2019)
Stopping sexual misconduct on campus, Oregon's unique Title IX reporting policy gives autonomy to students (Arizona Daily Star, March 8, 2019)
At the UO, sexual assault awareness is a campuswide priority (The Register-Guard, April 24, 2018)
Sexual harassment is learned long before the perpetrators enter the workplace (Marketwatch, Dec. 2, 2017)
UO’s new-student orientation draws media spotlight (Around the O, Aug. 23, 2017)
How to make orientation stick (The Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 22, 2017)
Stopping sexual assault: What's being done on the UO campus? (KMTR, Oct. 28, 2016)
Campuses struggle with approaches for preventing sexual assault (The New York Times, June 22, 2016)
UO heads into school year with improved sexual violence resources (KVAL, Aug. 25, 2015)
Oregon Ducks are saying "It's On Us" (KMTR, April 7, 2015)
UO events aim to raise sexual assault awareness (The Register-Guard, April 2, 2015)