Alcohol and Hazing: Examining the Intersection and Considering Implications to Campus Prevention

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Add to Calendar 2020-06-24 00:00:00 2020-06-24 00:00:00 Alcohol and Hazing: Examining the Intersection and Considering Implications to Campus Prevention Research indicates that student hazing occurs in a range of campus clubs, organizations, and teams. Hazing activities can include humiliating and degrading behavior, harassment, and physical abuse, and sometimes, hazing can be deadly. This webinar will provide participants with foundational information about hazing and its prevention with a particular emphasis on the intersections of hazing and alcohol misuse. Presenters will highlight research findings about campus hazing and its prevention, the Hazing Prevention Framework, and implications for the work of AOD professionals in higher education. Registration: Register for the webinar here. Virtual Virtual noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Research indicates that student hazing occurs in a range of campus clubs, organizations, and teams. Hazing activities can include humiliating and degrading behavior, harassment, and physical abuse, and sometimes, hazing can be deadly.

This webinar will provide participants with foundational information about hazing and its prevention with a particular emphasis on the intersections of hazing and alcohol misuse. Presenters will highlight research findings about campus hazing and its prevention, the Hazing Prevention Framework, and implications for the work of AOD professionals in higher education.

Registration: Register for the webinar here.


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