Training and Resources for Hazing Prevention
The StopHazing team provides research-to-practice consulting to support hazing prevention. We have worked with colleges, universities, schools, and the military to help catalyze and fortify hazing prevention efforts. We tailor trainings and resources to meet the needs of the organization and work with designated representatives to develop materials and interventions that take into account unique aspects of organizational culture.
Hazing Prevention Resources Include:
Research-informed webinars on a range of topics can help to support hazing prevention through capacity building. Webinars can be tailored to meet specific needs of the organization or stakeholder groups. Example topics include:
- Prevention Science for Hazing Prevention
- Assessment and Evaluation for Hazing Prevention
- Intersections of Hazing and Sexual Violence
- Bystander Intervention for Hazing Prevention
- Social Norms Approach to Hazing Prevention
- Hazing Investigations and Accountability
- Hazing, Mental Health, and Well-being
- Leadership Development for Hazing Prevention
- Cultural Competence for Hazing Prevention
- Intersections of Racism & Hazing Prevention
- Fostering Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention
Interactive Trainings and Workshops
Consultation for developing and implementing targeted trainings and workshops for hazing prevention.
Conferences, Summits, and Institutes
For organizations investing in building capacity for prevention, we can partner with you to develop, implement, and evaluate an extended event or program (half day – two days) that includes information sharing and stakeholder engagement in applying research-to-practice for their specific context.
Consultation for content, delivery, and evaluation of stand-alone or supplemental resources for trainings and workshops (e.g., toolkits, guides, checklists).
Rubrics and Promising Practice Checklists
Consultation for targeted assessment of your hazing prevention efforts including hazing prevention website analysis, and policy and response protocol development and strengthening.