Harvard is hoping to elicit a bevy of respondents in their latest campus survey.

The Harvard Crimson reports:

University Prepares To Launch Sexual Conduct Climate Survey

As Harvard prepares to launch a sexual conduct climate survey on April 12, administrators are emphasizing the confidentiality of the poll and are executing an aggressive publicity push to draw respondents.

The survey, which is a Harvard-specific version of an Association of American Universities poll being conducted at 28 schools this month, will be released through individualized links to all students at Harvard on April 12 and will be open until May 3.

According to Economics professor David I. Laibson ’88, a member of the University’s sexual assault task force who helped spearhead the design of the national survey, the poll will ask questions on topics ranging from sexual misconduct to affirmative consent to the investigatory and support resources Harvard offers. Laibson said the survey will stay away from certain catchall words such as “sexual assault” and “rape,” and will instead describe specific acts of sexual misconduct, such as penetration or sexual touching.

Those who participate will receive a $5 Amazon gift card for taking the survey, which Laibson estimates will take around 20 minutes.