This four-part webinar series, led by renowned legal scholar Peter Lake and experts from EVERFI’s Prevention Education team, will integrate cutting-edge data, evolving legislation and policy trends, and innovative case studies to illuminate the challenges and opportunities shaping the future of higher education. Register for all remaining sessions using the form below.
The Future of Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Ed
View the Recording from Thursday, August 23, 2018
Hear how institutions are becoming more diverse and more polarized, and learn how campuses are grappling with the admissions process, freedom of expression, and navigating across difference as they strive for inclusive excellence.
The Future of Mental Health and Wellbeing in Higher Ed
Take a deep dive into emotional well-being from a holistic and health-promoting standpoint as schools seek to prevent student suicides, reduce counseling center waitlists, and eradicate the “mental health crisis” within their communities.
The Future of Sexual & Relationship Violence Prevention in Higher Ed
Learn how the #metoo movement, ongoing activism, and shifting federal guidance are shaping higher education policies and practices to drive impact around sexual and gender-based violence.
The Future of Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention in Higher Ed
Learn how marijuana, prescription drugs, and high-risk drinking pose significant prevention and policy challenges that must be balanced alongside strategies to engage growing abstainer and recovery communities.
|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 peaks on First Amendment issues.