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Campus Behavior & Safety


  • A Conversation on Civility Debbie Scheibler and Joanne Goldwater This webinar seeks to explore the topic of civility in our daily experience, and offers tips and tools to practitioners so that they can lead conversations at their own institutions.
  • Americana, Marijuana Laws and College Students: Intersections on the Development Highway Dr. Ken Winters This webinar will review the impact that changes in the new marijuana landscape have on college campuses including the concerns of institutional leaders and the public health implications.
  • Boosting Athletic Attendance (without resorting to bribes) Dr. Adam Peck This Webinar will provide ideas for boosting athletic attendance on campus and will also discuss some commonly used but ineffective strategies for creating excitement about athletics on campus.
  • Booze, Brawls and Bad Behavior Jenn Longa & Daniel Graney This webinar will explore the connection among high risk drinking behaviors, campus and interpersonal violence, and the importance of early behavioral intervention.
  • Bringing Your Student Code of Conduct into the 21st Century Dr. Charles Hueber This webinar will look at current trends in judicial affairs and examine ways to incorporate language in a student code of conduct to help manage this ever-changing landscape.
  • Bystander Intervention for Hate/Bias Incidents Heather Cowan, M.A. This webinar will cover research around bystanders' action and inaction and the methods shown to assist bystanders to intervene safely when they see something. We will also cover microaggressions and steps that can be taken to address them.
  • Creating balance between free speech and safe spaces on campus Dr. Michael Preston This Webinar will look at creating safe spaces for students and those who feel that college is a giant canvas for open and free expression no matter how students may take offense.
  • Guns on Campus: Best Practices for Keeping the Campus Safe Dr. Aaron Hughey This webinar will focus on emerging best practices as they relate to preserving the individual rights of those who wish to carry firearms on campus while protecting the safety and security of everyone who lives and works there.
  • Managing Our Anxiety About Student Anxiety Dr. Lee Burdette Williams & Dr. Kathryn Dingman Boger This webinar will cover some basic information about anxiety disorders including their definitions, symptoms, causes, methods of response and treatment as well as help staff delineate clinical and non-clinical roles.
  • Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Investigations: An Introduction Heather Cowan This webinar is an introductory course for those new to Title IX requirements and investigations or are struggling with how to conduct a Title IX compliant investigation.
  • Student Care Teams: Concepts and Considerations Dr. Matthew Shupp This webinar will provide a brief overview of student care teams as well as action steps participants' can use on their home institutions to assess and establish care teams of their own.
  • Title IX and Social Media Heather Cowan This webinar will help participants understand how to use social media content as evidence in Title IX investigations regarding complaints and allegations of sexual harassment.
  • TOGA: Training on Greeks and Alcohol Toben F. Nelson, ScD Excessive alcohol use in the Greek system is a challenging and often frustrating concern for University administrators and students alike. Training on Greeks and Alcohol (TOGA) is an innovative risk management program for Greek leaders. This Webinar will describe the program approach and present findings from formative research on program implementation at Universities in four states.
  • Training versus Trials: Using Educative Strategies and Legal Precedent to Combat Hazing Culture Dr. Jason L. Meriwether This engaging webinar will provide legally sound practices to educate students about the risks and dangers of hazing and help reduce university liability.
  • Working Together to Protect Each Other Jenn Longa This webinar will discuss bystander intervention programming not only for sexual assault, but to teach our students how to step in when confronted with a variety of problem situations.