The Hazing Prevention Academy (HPA) is a program providing attendees with a foundational understanding of hazing and its prevention. The HPA emphasizes capacity building and commitment to hazing prevention, and provides an overview of the evidence-based Hazing Prevention Framework (HPF). While this HPA specifically addresses the commitment and capacity components for hazing prevention amidst COVID-19, it also provides the space and discussion opportunities for participants to explore how they can influence prevention through research-based and collaborative practices. Several evidence-informed implementation strategies, derived directly from the work of institutions involved in the Hazing Prevention Consortium are discussed.
With enrollment capped at 30 attendees, you can expect to gain a deeper understanding of hazing as a campus-wide climate issue, the many intersections with other campus safety concerns and violence-based behaviors. The HPA is delivered by Dr. Allan, the StopHazing Research Team, and past and present HPC member practitioners through a presentation-discussion format in which attendees participate in reflection-based activities, complete self-assessment rubrics of their campuses, and engage in significant large and small group discussions.
Building off of the Free Hazing Prevention Webinar Series, attendee deliverables include:
- HPF Overview
- Commitment to Hazing Prevention Assessment & Planning Amidst COVID-19
- Capacity Building for Hazing Prevention Amidst COVID-19
- Abridged Hazing Prevention Self-Assessment Rubrics
- Group Discussion – strategically formed by institution type, size, functional area, etc.
- Specific Implementation Strategies & Resources
- Optional Technical Assistance
September 18, 2020 – 1:00pm-3:30pm
$149 per attendee.
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