Breakthrough Strategies in Prevention Education Webinar Series

This three-part webinar series, led by renowned legal scholar Peter Lake and experts from EVERFI’s Prevention Education team, will focus on how to create an inclusive and impactful prevention strategy at your institution.

Featured Speaker

Peter Lake | Professor of Law, Charles A. Dana Chair, and Director of the Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy at Stetson University College of Law: 

Professor Peter Lake is an internationally-recognized expert on higher education law and policy and has been quoted or referred to in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Chronicle of Higher Education and has appeared on several major media networks including NPR, ABC and CNN. Professor Lake has authored numerous law review articles, books, and other publications, including a new Primer on Title IX. Professor Lake has trained thousands of campus personnel on many student safety issues, including Title IX and his Four Corners of Title IX Regulatory Compliance framework, and frequently speaks on First Amendment issues.

Session 1: The Intersection of Alcohol & Other Drugs and Sexual Assault Prevention
View the recording from Thursday, February 14, 2019
Watch the recording for an overview of the most current research exploring the nexus between alcohol use and sexual assault, and consideration of the impact on those who commit, experience, or witness harm.
Session 2: Gen Z and New Approaches to Mental Well-being

Watch now to learn insights into the particular needs and strengths of today’s college students, and explore the ways leading institutions are aligning their efforts to promote mental well-being in their communities.

Session 3: Beyond the First Year Student Experience
Campus data tell the difficult truth: students experience harm beyond their first year in college. Too often, however, prevention education efforts aimed at ongoing students lack rigor or intentionality or are entirely absent. Watch now to learn more about innovative approaches to providing the federally-mandated, developmentally-appropriate training required annually for all students, including those beyond their first year.