Student Organizations and Athletics
December 13, 2017
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Capital University (Harry C. Moores Student Union, Schneider Lounge)
The recent events on a university campus, with the tragic death of a student and the resulting 850 counts of criminal charges against a fraternity and its members, have once again brought student organizational misconduct issues to the forefront. Risky alcohol use, hazing, and other behavioral issues are not endemic to Greek organizations; they also are found within other student organizations, athletic teams, and even within residence halls.
Please join the attorneys from Bricker & Eckler LLP for a workshop on addressing the risk management and legal issues surrounding student conduct, student organizational and athletic team culture and behavior. This half-day session will include current best practices in addressing student organizations, avoiding litigation and loss, and developing a culture of compliance on campus.
This highly interactive program will include a panel discussion including colleagues from AICUO institutions who have addressed these issues on a campus-wide basis.
Cost $50 per person (including lunch and materials)
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January 11, 2018
9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Columbus College of Art & Design (Canzani Center)
Join your marketing and communications colleagues for this day-long educational and professional development conference covering:
- Websites and Compliance
- Managing a Crisis in an Era of Social Media
- Best Practices for Using Student Workers
- Ethics in PR and Marketing
- Tools of the Trade
- Media Attention: Getting it and Keeping it
- Traditional vs. Online Student Experience
- Onboarding of a President or Senior Leader
Registration is just $55 per person and only $45 per person if three or more registrants attend from your campus.
Click here for more information or to register.
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