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SCOPE NEWSLETTER

May 28th, 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.


SCOPE 2013 Conference Schedule

Tuesday, October 1st

  • Morning pre-conferences:
    1. Straight, No Chaser: Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Education Program (Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D.)
    2. Building Communities of Bystanders to Prevent Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking (Jane Stapleton, M.A.)
  • Afternoon pre-conferences:
    1. Sexual Politics and the “Hookup Culture”: Gender, Coercion and Consent in College (Jason Laker, Ph.D.)
    2. Let’s Get Serious About Hazing – 8 Things We Need To Do Now (Gentry McCreary, Ph.D.)
  • Keynote: Gail Stern, Ph.D., Co-Owner and Chief Academic Officer, Catharsis Productions
  • Reception
 

Wednesday, October 2nd

  • Featured sessions by Peter Novak, Ph.D. and Brett A. Sokolow, Esq.
  • Concurrent sessions
  • Roundtables
  • Optional theme dinners

Thursday, October 3rd

Friday, October 4th

  • Post-conference Making of a Man: Masculinity, Violence and Campus Safety (Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., Jason Laker, Ph.D. and Michelle Issadore, M.Ed.)

    *Also available for registration as a drive-in only event*


SCOPE 2013 Conference Registration and Call for Proposals

October 1st – 4th, 2013

The Rosen Plaza Hotel

Orlando, FL

Click here for the SCOPE 2013 Concurrent Session Call for Proposals.

Click here for SCOPE 2013 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities.

Click here to register for the SCOPE 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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SCOPE Resource Spotlight

SCOPE is proud to share our 2013 Conference printable conference schedule.


SCOPE Visiting Scholar

SCOPE is excited to share the May 2013 Reflection & Practicing Prevention Tip

authored by its Visiting Scholar, Dr. Jason Laker.


SCOPE 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.

Please 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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SCOPE Tip of the Week

Bystander Intervention

You have likely heard the phrase “bystander intervention”trending in recent years- on listservs, in research, as part of legislation, at conferences and more. What is it and how can it contribute to a healthy and safe campus?

Bystander intervention is best understood as a philosophical approach, rather than a specific type of program. It’s a meta-process, rather than a content area. It’s about inspiring community members to come together to address a specific behavior that causes injury to peers.

For more on bystander intervention, please view our full Tip of the Week here.

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Upcoming Events

3rd Annual Conference

October 1st - 4th, 2013

The Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, FL

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Relevant News Articles

American College Health Association - Healthy Campus 2020 Twitter Feed

US Department of Health and Human Services - HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Mental Health Month

Chronicle of Higher Education - Let's Talk About Sex on Campus

The Guardian - The Masculinity Debate: No Wonder Men Stay Out of It

Huffington Post - An Open Letter to Facebook

 

 
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