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SCOPE NEWSLETTER

 

June 11th, 2013


2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Call for Proposals

Share your research and best practices at our upcoming national conference! To submit your concurrent session proposal, visit our Call for Proposals page. Deadline is this Friday!

Questions? Email Michelle Issadore, Executive Director of SCOPE, at execdir@wearescope.org.

Schedule

Tuesday, October 1st

Included in your registration!

Wednesday, October 2nd

Thursday, October 3rd

Friday, October 4th

Included in your registration!

Printable conference schedule

Registration

October 1st – 4th, 2013

The Rosen Plaza Hotel

Orlando, FL

Click here for the 2013 Concurrent Session Call for Proposals (closes Friday, June 14th!)

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

Dating Do's and Don'ts

Dating can be a confusing land to navigate. It becomes even more difficult when the added stresses and burdens of school are added to the mix. Students have different expectations about relationships, monogamy, commitment and how much time should be spent together. Sometimes, this is an easy process when two people are able to share similar expectations about that for which they are looking.

Other times, expectations about a relationship can be a bit more poorly defined.  One person is looking for a hookup. The other person is looking to the future.

The very nature of “testing the waters” to determine whether or not someone likes you is ambiguous. This ambiguity can lead to misunderstandings and hurt feelings. The following suggestions can help students better navigate the world of dating.

To see these suggestions, please view our full Tip of the Week here.

 

Practicing Prevention Tip

June 2013

SCOPE is excited to share the June 2013 Practicing Prevention Tip authored by Visiting Scholar, Dr. Jason Laker.

 


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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Relevant News Articles

Inside Higher Ed: Race and inequity

Stop Street Harassment: Safe public spaces mentoring program

The New York Times: Facebook says it failed to bar posts with hate speech

Federal Register: Announcement of requirements and registration for the “Technology-based Products to Prevent High-Risk Drinking Among College Students Challenge”

National Sexual Violence Resource Center: Teen dating abuse and harassment in the digital world: Implications for prevention and intervention

 


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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