ASUW Student Safety and Speech Task Force
Be a part of the conversation. Discuss police procedure, UW administrative action, and university policy. Contribute to a student-centric dialogue surrounding safety and speech with ASUW Director of Diversity Efforts, ASUW Director of Campus Partnerships, ASUW Local Legislative Liaison, and other student leaders. THE APPLICATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL TUESDAY APRIL 24th AT 5PM. Following the application close date you will be contacted about next steps from ASUW.

Questions? Contact Anna Johnson at asuwbdsp@uw.edu.

Meetings will be held on Thursdays from 4PM-5PM during Spring Quarter.

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In your opinion, what are some areas that the institution can improve on in regards to protocol for controversial speakers and events (i.e. Event logistics, communication, policing, etc). What do you recommend? What has gone well? What has gone wrong? *
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