Webinars and Online Courses
64. College Cyberbullying: The Virtual Bathroom Wall
Date/Time: Available as a Webinar Replay
Duration: 1 hour
Facilitators: Dr. Quincy Martin III & Dr. Deborah Baness King
While online aggression among youth tends to peak in high school, there is increasing spillover among college students. This webinar will address the most prevalent sources used during cyberbully attacks, its impact on victims, reactions, prevention strategies, and best practices for addressing college cyberbullying issues.
Dr. Quincy Martin III
- Participants will learn how and by which methods the most common cyberbully attacks occur
- Participants will learn the emotional and psychological effects that cyberbullying may have on victims
- Participants will learn how campus officials are addressing cyberbully attacks at their institutions
currently serves as the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at Triton College. He has over 15 years experience in various roles leading multiple units and functions in student affairs at both community college and university levels. Dr. Martin is an active member and has served as leader of several local, statewide, and national organizations. He has a masterís degree in counseling and development from Lamar University and a doctorate of education degree in adult and higher education from Northern Illinois University. His research interests are broadly based in higher education & student affairs, with special emphasis on the use of online social media and technology in higher education, retention of African-American male college students, student affairs administration, and leadership in higher education.
Dr. Deborah Baness King
has served as the Dean of Academic Success at Triton College since 2006. She has 16 years experience in education and has worked extensively in the fields of academic and student support, educational technology, grant program management, and learning resources. Dr. Baness King has secured, managed and evaluated various federal, state and privately funded programs throughout her career including the Office of Federal TRIO Programs, Office of Migrant Education, Workforce Investment Act, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Title V.
In addition to her work experience, Dr. Baness King has maintained leadership positions in several professional organizations and has served as a board member for the Illinois Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (ILAEOPP), the Mid-American Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (MAEOPP), the New Mexico West Texas Association of Student Assistance Programs (NMWTASAP), Southwest Association of Student Assistance Programs (SWASAP), West40 Intermediate Service Center, and the Council for Opportunity in Education. She is also a 2012 recipient of the NISOD Excellence Award.
Dr. Baness King holds a Ph.D. in Education from the University of New Mexico with an emphasis in Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Studies. Her research interests include retention, completion, educational technology and distance education.
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