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Opening General Session:
Concurrent Sessions, Day 1:
2A. Copyright Essentials for Educators, Steve McDonald, J.D.
2B. Relationships Between Institutions and Inter/National Fraternal Organizations: Promotion of Shared Values at the Senior Level
3A. Current Trends in Student Labor Organizing: Student Athletes and Graduate Students
3B. Mental Health/Suicide Prevention: Are We Communicating the Right Message?
4A. A New Approach to Identifying Hazards and Associated Risk to Campus Public Safety
Legal Issues Conference October 2014
4B. Student Alcohol Use: Trends and Best Practices for Supporting Healthy Behavior
Concurrent Sessions, Day 2:
5A. Have Risk, Will Travel – Part I: Managing the Business Aspects of Study Abroad
5B. Title IX, Meet Clery. Clery, Meet Title IX — Implementing the VAWA Amendments to the Clery Act
6A. FERPA Essentials for Educators
6B. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act and Campus Threat Assessment
7A. The National Center for Campus Public Safety: Overview of Services, Mission and Resources
7B. Integrating Students Into Campus Safety and Compliance Efforts
8A. Campus Safety vs. Student Development: Who Wins the Battle When Student Organizations Misbehave
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8B. Have Risk, Will Travel – Part II: Managing Student Affairs Issues and Compliance Abroad
Concurrent Sessions, Day 3:
9A. Building a Bystander Education Initiative
Building a Bystander Education Initiative
9B. President Obama’s Taskforce to Protect Students from Sexual Assault
10A. Sexual Assault Training for Your Campus
Guide for Discipline Panels on Sexual Violence for Distribution
10B. Get Your Own Coffee: The FLSA and Other Legal Considerations for Managing Internship Programs