Higher Education

Higher Education

Webinars
October 20 2021

Training Alone is Not Enough – Hazing Prevention Webinar

LIVE WEBINAR Training Alone is Not Enough - Building an Evidence-based Comprehensive Hazing Prevention Program on College Campuses Webinar Details At both the state and the federal level, legislators’ are turning their attention to stopping hazing on college campuses, enacting…

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October 13 2021

How Institutions Can Support Domestic Violence Awareness Month

In October, we observe Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working on domestic…

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October 12 2021

Building a Foundation for Student Well-Being and Success Webinar

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR Building a Foundation for Student Well-Being and Success Webinar with US News Webinar Details In order to meet the demands of a new generation of college students, many schools are investing in programs to increase diversity and inclusion,…

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October 6 2021

World Mental Health Day Suggestions for Your Campus

World Mental Health Day Is October 10th College students are bringing a new generation of thoughtfulness to campuses with each returning year. Their empathy levels are higher than previous generations, feeling more responsibility to help those who are struggling.  They…

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October 5 2021

Why You Should Be Training Your Club Sports Athletes…

The mandated annual training requirement included in NCAA’s sexual assault policy means that nearly every college and university across the country has now instituted programs for their intercollegiate varsity athletes and athletic staff on sexual assault and hazing prevention.  But…

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September 29 2021

Alcohol Misuse Impacts Physical and Emotional Safety

For years, schools have been keenly aware of the impact that alcohol use has on personal safety. The research - particularly that used by insurance companies - has identified the connection between alcohol use and everything from minor injuries to…

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September 20 2021

National Campus Safety Awareness Month

In 2008, National Campus Safety Awareness Month was unanimously approved by Congress to encourage a public conversation on important topics in violence prevention at our nation’s colleges and universities. Every year, the Clery Center chooses a relevant theme, then works to spread…

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September 20 2021

Supporting Mental Wellbeing Increases Campus Safety

The COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing efforts to address racial injustice--have renewed a focus on the importance of well-being and shone a spotlight on many of the challenges already faced by institutions of higher education (IHEs). Now, more than ever, promoting…

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September 13 2021

Hazing Legislations: State by State

The parents of 16 college students who died as a result of hazing attended The Parents Anti-Hazing Retreat in 2018—the first of its kind—to develop a plan to stop hazing. Those parents have dedicated themselves to advocating for anti-hazing legislation,…