Helping students make the right choices about alcohol, drugs, and sexual violence is a complex task. The articles in our library give you facts, perspectives, and resources for developing the prevention programs that will work best for your campus.
Bystander Intervention Programs for Sexual Violence with Joan Tabachnick, MBA
An interview about healthy relationships, sexual violence prevention, and bystander intervention with Joan Tabachnick, MBA.
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Gaining Support: Preventing alcohol and drug abuse and sexual violence on campus requires buy-in from many constituencies: administration, faculty, staff, alumni, and the community. In these articles, you'll find suggestions on building support for prevention programs.
Planning & Policies: Colleges need effective policies on drugs, alcohol, and sexual violence, as well as good long-term planning, to reduce risky student behavior. These articles highlight some of the key issues to consider when establishing or updating prevention policies.
Student Programming: The success of your prevention effort comes down to the choices of individual students—and one size does not fit all. Under this heading, you'll find ideas to help you develop programming that educates and motivates varied student populations.
Evaluation: Evaluation helps outline the scope and nature of issues on campus, demonstrate program effectiveness, and refine your programs. These articles offer ideas on how to build evaluation into your program, how to use data, and how to build on what you learn.