Making the Case for Prevention & Recovery with Administrators

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- Add to Calendar 2022-01-25 13:00:00 2022-01-25 14:30:00 Making the Case for Prevention & Recovery with Administrators Making the Case for Prevention & Recovery with Administrators Join the Higher Education Center for Alcohol & Drug Misuse Prevention & Recovery for the next session in the Managing from the Middle Learning Collaborative, presented by Michael Christakis, Karen Moses, Arizona State University, and Katrin Wesner-Harts, University of North Carolina Wilmington. Although we, as AOD professionals, know the value of our work, it can sometimes be challenging to make the case to others. Join a panel of higher education administrators as their share their tips for how to engage administrators around prevention and recovery to increase your likelihood of success. Registration. oNLINE oNLINE noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Making the Case for Prevention & Recovery with Administrators

Join the Higher Education Center for Alcohol & Drug Misuse Prevention & Recovery for the next session in the Managing from the Middle Learning Collaborative, presented by Michael Christakis, Karen Moses, Arizona State University, and Katrin Wesner-Harts, University of North Carolina Wilmington. Although we, as AOD professionals, know the value of our work, it can sometimes be challenging to make the case to others. Join a panel of higher education administrators as their share their tips for how to engage administrators around prevention and recovery to increase your likelihood of success. Registration.


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