Simple steps such as locking dorm rooms or not opening strange e-mails can go a long way toward making life less stressful for young people already adjusting to college life.
That will be the message emphasized at a campus safety forum set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in G20 Ming Hsieh Hall on West Virginia Universitys Downtown Campus.
Who have �€~Ubeen leaving your door open tois designed to create awareness and inform WVU students about campus safety. Pi Sigma Sigma, a policy studies honorary fraternity at WVU , is sponsoring the forum.
The event will feature four speakers offering safety tips pertaining to various aspects of student life.
Speakers and their topics:
Sgt. Peggy Runyon of University Police, campus safety
Jason Thomas, a lecturer in the WVU Department of Political Science, and Amy L. Kuhn, information security program director for the WVU Office of Information Technology, cyber safety
Deborah Beazley, sexual assault prevention educator for Student Health Service at WVU , safe sex practices
The forum is free and open to the public. The Department of Political Science will provide refreshments.