Entries by Sarah Peck

Future Goals Attends NHL Fan Fair

During the third week of January, the stars of the NHL flew into Columbus, OH for the 60th NHL All-Star Game.  As part of the festivities, the Greater Columbus Convention Center saw more action than usual – a lot more action… Over 200,000 square feet of convention center greatness was transformed into a bass-thumping, light-strobing, […]

Spotlight on EverFi’s Higher Ed Partner Services Team

In the middle of the 300 block of Congress Street in Boston’s Seaport district 9 people are working around the clock to ensure that college freshmen have a seamless experience when they take an EverFi course. Whether it’s our sexual assault prevention course, Haven, AlcoholEdu for College, or Transit – Financial Wellness this is the […]

Why AlcoholEdu for College™ is the Largest Online Course in Higher Education

Much to the dismay of students, parents, educators, administrators and college presidents, the culture of drinking on campus at many colleges and universities still prevails.  While headlines are dominated by stories of negative consequences associated with drinking, schools are struggling to implement scalable alcohol and and other drug prevention education across their campuses.  That’s where […]

EverFi Attends White House Event: Protecting Students from Sexual Assault

The higher education airways are abuzz with activity resulting from this week’s release of recommendations from the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault (WHTF). The Task Force, commissioned in January by President Obama, has connected with thousands of key stakeholders to gather insights on the challenges and opportunities facing campuses in an […]

A Positive Path Forward in Sexual Assault Prevention

With the passage of the Campus SaVE Act in 2013, and the recent establishment of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, the issue of sexual assault is gaining much-deserved national attention. EverFi’s online sexual assault prevention course, Haven, addresses the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking, and […]

New Campus SaVE Act Resource

Today marks the one year anniversary of the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).  For the past 20 years, this critical legislation has helped to improve the safety and wellness of women by provisioning services and trainings, funding investigations and prosecutions, and appropriating grants for vital community-based programs. In response to the groundswell […]

Defining “Digital Identity” at NASPA 2013

As someone who has been on Facebook for almost a decade, it is hard to remember life before social media.  But I do, sort of. I remember the letter Mrs. Freeman sent home in 6th grade alerting parents to the distracting nature of America Online, as it was definitely “a disruption to studying.”  I remember picking […]