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The Day Everything Changed…

It's every administrator's nightmare — your campus (primarily white, small/large, public/ private) on the nightly news for a racist party, hazing report, or other shocking incident. Suddenly, you're in crisis mode, searching for a sense of perspective. Whether you're in such a mode or trying to prevent an episode, there are things you can do to examine the gap between social responsibility and your campus code of conduct. By clearly identifying both the worse case scenarios with the many ideals it is easier to identify real obstacles. Once these obstacles can be clearly named, we will set realistic expectations , goals, policies, and bias response procedures to cultivate an inclusive campus culture steeped in community responsibility.

Learning Outcomes:

  • To learn to facilitate discussions around contingency plans for campus crises.
  • To clearly identify obstacles to an ideal campus climate and facilitate change in campus protocol to achieve meaningful change.
  • To understand how to effectively manage crises preparation on campus.
  • To clearly define the roles of campus members in proactively addressing campus situations.

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