On-demand Webinars

September 19, 2023

Inform Your Prevention Initiatives with Insights from Over 1M+ Students


Higher Education


PreventionSpecial OverrideStudent Training

Webinar Details

This session will share new insights about student perceptions (and misperceptions), beliefs, behaviors, and experiences from over a million college students when it comes to promoting well-being, preventing harm, and increasing inclusion and belonging on campus.

Drawing from survey data from courses delivered during the 2022-2023 academic year that address sexual- and gender-based violence, mental well-being, diversity and inclusion, and alcohol misuse, this session will provide participants with actionable new insights as well as research-informed ideas for using the data to strengthen institutional practices and policies.  

Participants can also expect novel insights about student sub-populations, such as students of color and LGBTQ+ students, that will help practitioners create effective interventions for specific as well as general populations. 

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the implications of data on health, safety, and well-being prevention and health promotion efforts. 
  • Contextualize new data insights for both whole population and sub-population groups on campus. 
  • Apply data insights to current in-person and digital programming within a framework of holistic student well-being and student success. 


Holly Rider

Vice President of Education Strategy

Holly leads the Education Strategy team at Vector Solutions, helping ensure that the thought leadership we deliver to our customers is based on research and established best practices. She’s also our subject matter expert on preventing sexual and gender-based harassment and violence. Holly joined Vector Solutions from the University of Michigan where she oversaw the institution’s prevention and advocacy efforts for nearly a decade.

Holly also brings national policy experience to her role as one of the rule-makers for the 2014 Clery Act regulations and an advisor to the Obama Administration White House Taskforce on preventing campus sexual assault. She has more than 25 years of experience in preventing and responding to sexual- and gender-based violence in higher education, workplaces, and communities.

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