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SCOPE NEWSLETTER

 

August 6th, 2013

 


 

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In SCOPE's monthly newsletter, we share a Practicing Prevention Tip of the Week, spotlight SCOPE news and share information about our upcoming events. In addition, each SCOPE newsletter brings you information relevant to the field of education and prevention, with current events and relevant resources. If you like the newsletter, we hope you will join SCOPE so that you can receive the weekly version of this great member benefit.

 


Announcing the 2013 Conference Program

Schedule

*Pre- and Post-Conferences are free with your registration!

Click here for session descriptions

Tuesday, October 1st

8:00am-9:00am
Morning Pre-Conference Registration

9:00am-12:00pm
Morning pre-conferences:

  • Straight, No Chaser: Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Education Program (Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., SCOPE)
  • Building Communities of Bystanders to Prevent Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking (Jane Stapleton, M.A., University of New Hampshire)

12:00pm-1:00pm
Afternoon Pre-Conference Registration

1:00pm-4:00pm
Afternoon pre-conferences:

6:00pm-7:00pm
Conference Registration

7:00pm-8:30pm
Keynote:

  • The Canary in the Mineshaft: What Rape Jokes Signal about Our Culture (Gail Stern, Ph.D., Catharsis Productions)

8:30pm-9:30pm
Welcome Reception

Wednesday, October 2nd

8:00am-5:00pm
Sponsor Exhibits

8:00am-9:15am

Concurrent Sessions One

  • Enhancing Stress Regulation Skills in Students: A Neurobiological Approach (Shannon Lengerich and Megan Heckel, DePaul University)
  • Sexual Assault on the College Campus: Examining the Connections between Shifts in Alcohol Use and Attitudes among First Year Students (Helen Stubbs and Rob Beulow, EverFi)
  • Lighting the Flame: Empowering Student Leaders through New Collaborations (Daniel Cairo and Andie Celerio, University of Illinois at Chicago)
  • Not on Our Yard: Addressing Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) (Chimi Boyd-Keyes, North Carolina Central University)

9:30am-10:30am
Featured Session

  • Getting to Know the Campus SaVE Act – Compliance with the VAWA Reauthorization (Brett A. Sokolow, Esq., The NCHERM Group, LLC)

10:45am-12:00pm

Concurrent Sessions Two

  • Engaging Student-Athletes as Prevention Partners (Jennifer Jacobsen, Grinnell College)
  • LGBT Targeted Violence on Campus (Mary-Jeanne Raleigh, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Pembroke)
  • Mobilizing College Students for Health Outreach Using the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) (Jacqueline Awe and Seketa Bing-Nelson, Savannah State University)
  • An Empowerment Model of Self-Defense: Providing a Holistic Approach to Violence Prevention (Kate Webster, Ph.D., Thousand Waves Martial Arts & Self-Defense Center and Clara Porter, Prevention. Action. Change)

12:00pm-1:00pm
Lunch on Your Own

1:00pm-2:15pm

Concurrent Sessions Three

  • Reaching Mandated Students through Experiential Education: A Harm Reduction Strategy Facilitated by Peer Educators (Jenny Wagstaff and Steve Clarke, Ph.D., Virginia Tech University)
  • Transforming Campus Hazing Cultures: Building an Evidence Base (Elizabeth Allan, Ph.D., National Hazing Prevention Collaborative)
  • Yes, Please! Discussing Consent & Bystander Intervention through Live Performance and Social Media (Abbey Fox and Heather Imrie, Catharsis Productions)
  • InterSEXion: Where Social Scripts, Personal Power, & Media Messaging Meet (Betty Woodman, Ph.D., Think It Real Institute and Denice Evans, J’Hue Films)

2:30pm-3:30pm
Featured Session

  • Creating Think About It: A Comprehensive and Creative Campus-Wide Model for Prevention Education (Peter Novak, D.F.A., University of San Francisco)

3:30pm-3:45pm
Snack Break

3:45pm-5:00pm

Concurrent Sessions Four

  • Post-vention: What You're Expected to Do, and What Really Happens (David Denino, LPC, NCC, Southern Connecticut State University)
  • How to Speak to College Men about Sexual Assault and Dating Aggression (Aaron Boe, Aaron Boe Productions, LLC)
  • The Feminists and the Fraternity (Summer Little, Angela Catena, Emily Hernandez and Nate Armstrong, University of New Mexico)
  • Innovative Ideas Panel (moderated by Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., SCOPE)

Evening
Optional Theme Dinners

Thursday, October 3rd

8:00am-12:00pm
Sponsor Exhibits

8:00am-9:15am

Concurrent Sessions Five

  • Masculinities 101 (Chris Taylor, Miami University)
  • It’s Not Them, It’s You: Building Healthy Relationships with Your Audiences (Gail Stern, Ph.D. and Heather Imrie, Catharsis Productions)
  • Addressing Interpersonal Violence at Harvard University: Building Comprehensive Intervention and Prevention Services (Sarah Rankin, Harvard University)
  • Engaging Students as Allies: Service Learning & Social Norms Campaign (Michele Manassah and Gary Deleonardis, Lewis University)

9:00am-5:00pm
Optional Training Session

9:30am-10:45am

Concurrent Sessions Six

  • Reporting Patterns of Women of Color College Student Survivors of Sexual Assault: Results from a Multi-Institutional National Study (Sue Rankin, Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University and Michelle Issadore, SCOPE)
  • When the Numbers Don’t Reflect the Problem: A Multi-Level Approach to Increasing Service Utilization by Survivors of Sexual Violence on College Campuses (Elizabeth Schrock, Vassar College)
  • DRAW THE LINE: Getting Real about Bystander Intervention (Mike Dilbeck, The Response Ability Project)
  • Innovative Approaches to Peer Education and Mental Health Promotion: Building Awareness and Reducing Stigma at a California Community College (Becky Fein and Jeane Erlenborn, Santa Rosa Junior College)


11:00am-12:00pm
Featured Session


Friday, October 4th

9:00am-5:00pm
Post-conference

Printable conference schedule

Conference Scholarships are available. Contact Executive Director Michelle Issadore for details.

Registration

October 1st - 4th, 2013

The Rosen Plaza Hotel

Orlando, FL

Click here for 2013 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities.

Click here to register for the 2013 Conference!

*Registration rates include your choice of two pre-conferences, the general conference and a post-conference event. Registration deadline is September 10th, 2013.*

  • SCOPE Members----------------------------------------------------$299
  • Non-SCOPE Members-----------------------------------------------$349
  • Students (degree-seeking)-----------------------------------------$149
  • Conference Registration/SCOPE Individual Membership--------------$398
  • QPR Certification Course--------------------------------------------$495
  • Post-conference only------------------------------------------------$149

For more information, please contact Michelle Issadore, Executive Director, by email at execdir@wearescope.org or by phone at 610-644-1718.

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PREVENTION RESOURCES

Tip of the Week


How to Help

In graduate school, I came across a book with which I absolutely fell in love. The book was Action Research, by Ernest Stringer. While I enjoyed the insightful exploration of qualitative research and practical application of quantitative statistics, my favorite part was the way he used powerful stories and examples to drive his points home.

One example of this was related to his discussion of stakeholder involvement. To learn how to more successfully implement prevention programs on your campus, click here.

Spotlight

SCOPE Events Calendar

Visit the SCOPE Events Calendar to find out more about prevention events nationwide or to add your own event.

Practicing Prevention Tip


August 2013

SCOPE is excited to share the August 2013 Practicing Prevention Tip, authored by Visiting Scholar, Jason Laker, Ph.D.

 


WEBINARS

Getting to Know the Campus SaVE Act - A Rapid Response Webinar on the VAWA Reauthorization

Originally presented on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Co-sponsored by The NCHERM Group, the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators (SCOPE) and the Association for Title IX Administrators (ATIXA)

Click here to learn more about this webinar. To purchase your recording online, please click here.

Recordings of the SCOPE Spring Webinar Series are now available to download.

Click here to learn more about the webinar series.

Click here to purchase:

  • January's "Suicide Outreach Seminar (SOS)"
  • February's "Men and Wellness: Toward a Solution to the HuMANity Conundrum"
  • March's "Bystander Intervention as One Component of an Overall Initiative: Creating Coordinated and Synergistic Prevention Efforts"

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NEWS ARTICLES

The New York Times: In battle against H.I.V., using Facebook and Twitter

Growing Respect: Love bites

Slate: Transgender kids in California earn right to choose bathrooms and sports teams

Futures Without Violence: Seven reasons employers should address domestic violence

 


For more information on SCOPE, visit www.wearescope.org or contact:
Michelle Issadore, Executive Director
execdir@wearescope.org
116 E. King Street
Malvern, PA 19355
Phone: 610-644-1718
Fax: 610-993-0228

 

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