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Greek Leadership Summit – Day 2 (Chapter and Council Leadership)

We believe in the capacity of our students to provide safe and meaningful experiences for our community and their guests.

The objectives of the Greek Leadership Summit – Day 2 is to equip organization leadership with tools and skills focused around prevention models, problem identification, response, self-reporting, accountability, and social event management strategies.

What Do I Need To Know?

Date: January 8th, 2019

Time: 9am-5pm

Location: Strong Hall

Parking: Commuter and Resident Parking available

What Do We Talk About?

  • Always Doing the “Right Thing”
  • Safety
  • Setting Clear Expectations
  • Shared-Governance & Accountability
  • Open Communication & Tough Conversations
  • Student Organization Conduct Process
  • University Amnesty Policy
  • Problem Identification & Response
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Strongest Attitudinal Predictors
  • Behavior is a Function of People in their Environment
  • The Principles of Prevention
  • Problem Analysis Process

Who Has To Be There?

While not every chapter may have these specific officer positions, we ask that the individuals that are most aligned with these positions attend.  Please contact your council advisor for questions regarding substitutions or questions about who should attend.

  • President
  • New Member Educator
  • Intake Coordinator
  • Judicial/Standards Chair
  • Social Chair
  • Risk Management Chair

Let Us Know You’re Coming! 

2019 Health and Safety Summit RSVP

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