The Role of Policy in Prevention: Colleges and Universities
Thursday, December 15, 2022; 10:00-11:00am
No fee to attend.
This webinar will identify the role of policy in a comprehensive environmental approach for campus prevention, presenting a range of policy options to be considered as school officials work to create a safe campus environment. The presenter will review the individual- and environmental-level strategies to learn how current strategies compare to other alternatives, including utilizing the College AIM tool to choose evidence-based options wisely. Select a combination of approaches that meets the needs of your students and campus.
Joan Masters, BS Ed, MEd
Partners in Prevention, Senior Coordinator
Joan Masters is the Senior Coordinator of Partners in Prevention and has worked with PIP since 2001. Joan is responsible for the training and technical assistance that PIP provides to the 23 member campuses and serves as the Primary Investigator for PIP’s grant projects. Joan provides oversight to the Partners in Prevention projects such as the Missouri Assessment of College Health Behaviors and the Meeting of the Minds conference. She is able to assist campuses with coalition building, implementing evidence-based strategies, building peer education programs, and strategic planning. Joan is a Missouri Advanced Prevention Specialist and received both her Masters and Bachelor’s degrees in Education from the University of Missouri. In addition to her work with PIP, Joan is currently serving as the Regional Consultant for NASPA’s The BACCHUS Network.