Tuesday, October 1st-Friday, October 4th, 2013
Rosen Plaza Hotel
Keynote and Featured Speakers
The 2013 Conference Program features field leaders who are shaping the future of primary prevention in education. The program includes keynote speaker, Gail Stern, Ph.D., as well as featured speakers Brett A. Sokolow, Esq., Jean Kilbourne, Ed.D. and Peter Novak, D.F.A.
Pre-Conferences and Post-Conference
We are providing more content and value than ever before by including a choice of two free pre-conferences, as well as a post-conference, with every registration. Our pre-conference and post-conference presenters represent the very best scholar-practitioners and the topics cover the most pressing issues facing K-12, higher education and our communities.
Pre-Conferences (Tuesday, October 1st, 2013):
- Straight, No Chaser: Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Education Program (Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., SCOPE)
- Building Communities of Bystanders to Prevent Sexual and Relationship Violence and Stalking (Jane Stapleton, M.A., University of New Hampshire)
- Sexual Politics and the “Hookup Culture:” Gender, Coercion and Consent in College (Jason Laker, Ph.D., SCOPE and Erica Boas, Ph.D., San Jose State University)
- Let’s Get Serious About Hazing: 8 Things We Need To Do Now (Gentry McCreary, Ph.D., University of West Florida)
Post-Conference (Friday, October 4th, 2013):
- Making of a Man: Masculinity, Violence and Campus Safety (Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D., Jason Laker, Ph.D. and Michelle Issadore, M.Ed., SCOPE)
- Available for registration as a drive-in only event
Options for Conference Attendees
We are excited to offer a range of sponsor exhibits, providing our attendees with opportunities to interact with best practice programs and premier organizations. There will also be a chance for registrants to continue conversations from the conference at optional theme dinners.
SCOPE has partnered with QPR to host their Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Trainer Certification Course as yet another option for our conference participants. View a printable conference schedule.
What is SCOPE?
SCOPE is the professional home for those whose mission is to empower primary prevention within schools, colleges and communities. SCOPE is an independent, not-for-profit membership association for prevention educators and professionals. SCOPE embraces an ecological, inclusive, holistic, feminist, public health, evidence-based and multi-disciplinary vision of prevention.
To effectively promote the aims of the prevention community, SCOPE members deeply examine the causes of violence, health and safety risks within society — including hate, intolerance, apathy, gender bias, racism, homophobia, stigmatization of mental health, objectification of the human body, ignorance, predation and discrimination — to foster effective, interconnected, strategic prevention.
To join SCOPE, please visit http://wearescope.org/membership/join-scope/
For more information, please visit www.WeAreSCOPE.org or contact:
Michelle Issadore, M.Ed.