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Taking Action: Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention

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Taking Action: Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention

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Taking Action: Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention

Sponsored by The Fierberg National Law Group:

As a form of interpersonal violence, hazing is a threat to student and campus safety. Hazing undercuts the missions of postsecondary institutions and is particularly troubling because it occurs in group contexts—such as clubs, campus organizations, and athletic teams—that are considered living-learning laboratories for student belonging and leadership development.

Hazing prevention efforts must be a tailored approach that includes Commitment, one of eight components of the Hazing Prevention Framework (HPF). StopHazing researchers used Bolman & Deal’s (2017) four frame model of organizations as a lens to analyze institutional commitment to hazing prevention.

Using StopHazing and Clery Center’s research-to-practice expertise, this webinar will explore what steps campus leaders can take to foster positive campus environments that are inhospitable to hazing using the research-to-practice, Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention: Action Guide. The Action Guide provides evidence-informed resources for participants seeking to develop comprehensive prevention and response efforts, build leadership commitment for those efforts, and strengthen student belonging and safety. Clery Center, StopHazing, and other colleagues committed to hazing prevention will walk us through the research that informed the Action Guide, the Guide itself, and how to put it into practice at your institution.

Learning Objectives: Participants will...

  • Consider the merits of and gain familiarity with a research-based hazing prevention framework to inform practice.
  • Become familiar with examples of leadership Commitment for hazing prevention in multiple college and university settings.
  • Gain familiarity with resources that can serve as mechanisms to catalyze organizational change, support institutional leadership, and foster campus-wide Commitment to hazing prevention.

Cost: Free! Thank you to our sponsor, The Fierberg National Law Group. Registration is required and limited to 500. Registrants will receive a recording of the webinar.

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