TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Students at Indiana State University are using Women's History Month to study the history of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Students held workshops Wednesday morning at Cunningham Memorial Library.
One of the presentations discussed the "Me Too" movement.
One student we talked with said it's important to study the history of sexual assault so history doesn't repeat itself.
"How I can be more proactive toward the community. I think sometimes we lack to understand what we can actually do for women and I think for everyone that's sitting out there...it's important that they know what they can do for women just in case they come across a victim or someone who does need help and doesn't know their options," student Fariha Manir said.
ISU plans to hold other events this week to commemorate Women's History Month.
- ISU students hold workshops on sexual harassment in the workplace
- ISU holds public auction
- ISU students hold Bowling and Voting Event
- Washington students complete workplace simulation project
- Professor: Indiana should review sexual harassment statute
- Holcomb signs lawmaker sexual harassment bill
- ISU holds farewell reception for its president
- ISU holds annual Tech Connections event
- ISU students exploring technology while making pancakes
- ISU set to change student recruitment process