All:Â Teaching responsibilities are back for me after a three-day layoff.Â Posts will be a bit slow this week as a result. Here is latest on the Purdue program:
|Our spring symposium was such a success, and the program so well received, that we are going to repeat it this fall in conjunction with the Indiana Greek Leadership Conference at Purdue University.
National Hazing Symposium
More information on registering for and attending this exciting symposium coming soon!
|About the Symposium:|
|The 2007 Symposium will examine how environmental analysis and bystander strategies can be applied at the institutional and individual levels to challenge hazing. Â The day-long program will provide participants with theoretical and practical strategies to impact their campus and organization environments.|
The National Hazing Symposium grew out of a Hazing Task Force created by the Association of Fraternity Advisors at their Annual Meeting in December 2003.Â Outreach to other Associations confirmed a need for this effort to broaden in scope.Â The March 2007 symposium will continue the conversation with those from higher education and beyond about the work being done, and new efforts being planned, to combat the problem of hazing in higher education and beyond.
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