What are the 9 ways you can turn your digital prevention programming strategy from good to great?
Wednesday, March 22 at 2:00 PM (ET) | 11:00 AM (PT)
As higher education seeks new ways to increase enrollment and demonstrate the value of the college experience, two defining characteristics of Gen Z should be at the center of any comprehensive student well-being strategy:
1) They care deeply about social impact.
2) They are technology natives.
How do IHEs maximize these traits to achieve positive outcomes for their students and their institutions?
This must-see session for student affairs practitioners and leaders will explore three years of findings from over 1,000 institutions, uncovering 9 technology metrics that serve as the foundation for the Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Seal of Prevention – a mark of distinction for leading colleges and universities that are maximizing the potential of digital programming to drive prevention and performance outcomes.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the importance of safety, well-being, and inclusion to the students of today (and tomorrow!).
- Integrate the 9 criteria of the Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention in your digital prevention programming.
- Connect prevention initiatives to strategic institutional performance outcomes across the student lifecycle.
Head of Product and Impact, Education
Rob serves as Head of Product and Impact at Vector Solutions where he leads the Product and Impact teams in Education. He is an award-winning public health professional with deep expertise in leveraging social and behavioral science to solve the most pressing challenges facing campuses, companies, and communities.
Rob has managed major projects as a researcher and consultant across sectors and has received state and national recognition for his work, including the 2009 Outstanding Prevention Educator award from the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault. He has authored peer-reviewed research on innovative public health initiatives, served as a keynote speaker at national and international conferences, and provided expert testimony on preventing workplace harassment and combating the opioid epidemic.
Rob earned his master's degree in social and behavioral science and health communication from the Harvard School of Public Health.