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Keynote Speakers


 
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Dr. Rebecca Campbell

Dr. Rebecca Campbell is a Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University. For the past 25 years, she has been conducting community-based research on violence against women and children, with an emphasis on sexual assault.  Dr. Campbell’s research examines how contact with the legal and medical systems affects adult, adolescent, and pediatric victims’ psychological and physical health.  Most recently, she was the lead researcher for the National Institute of Justice-funded Detroit Sexual Assault Kit Action Research Project, which was a four-year multidisciplinary study of Detroit's untested rape kits.  Dr. Campbell also conducts training for law enforcement and multidisciplinary practitioners in civilian, military, and campus community settings on the neurobiology of trauma. In 2015, Dr. Campbell received the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime, Vision 21 Crime Victims Research Award.


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Dr. Keith Edwards

Over the past 15 years Keith Edwards has spoken and consulted at more than 100 colleges and universities, presented more than 100 programs at national conferences, and has written more than 15 articles and book chapters on sexual violence prevention, men’s identity and social justice education. He has received many national awards and recognitions for his research, writing and speaking including ACPA Dissertation of the Year and was selected as ACPA Diamond Honoree. He recently co-chaired ACPA’s Presidential Task Force on Sexual Violence Prevention in Higher Education and co-edited the publication Beyond Compliance: Addressing Sexual Violence in Higher Education. He is currently co-editing a book on comprehensively addressing sexual violence in higher education. Keith was the Director of Campus Life at Macalester College in St. Paul, MN for the past eight years. He now works full time to learn, create and contribute to addressing complex problems including addressing sexual violence in higher education.