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Many campuses only become aware of hazing issues after a crisis, prompting a reactive approach to fix the problem. Hazing prevention initiatives are not new, but often fall flat because they do not take into account the underlying cultural change that must occur to address this systemic challenge.
Join us to learn how to implement a framework that encompasses a community-based, long-term, comprehensive approach to hazing prevention. Using a case study format, we will highlight an award-winning program that was able to address the roots of hazing activities to effect a campus-wide shift in culture.
- Recap of a Hazing Prevention Framework — Discussion of background materials in the Hazing Reconsidered pre-webcast recording to frame the implementation models. Topics include:
- Psychological/Sociological basis of hazing
- Traditional approaches
- Roots of prevention framework
- Florida State University Case Study — How the prevention framework helped:
- Identify a problem of campus policy/protocol
- Identify the short- and long-term impacts of this problem
- Create meaningful impact on campus culture around hazing
- Getting Started Building a Prevention Framework — Equipped with theoretical and applied examples, webcast attendees will begin to:
- Determine the extent of hazing activities on their campuses
- Recognize short- and long-term challenges
- Identify key contributors to an ongoing implementation
- Final Q & A
Who should attend?
Hazing prevention is not limited to athletics and Greek life. Leaders across campus must be aware of potential risks and ways to mitigate those risks. We encourage your entire cross-campus team to participate in this online training.