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Why Hazing? Research Using the Hazing Rationale Scale
Tuesday, September 16 at 2:00 PM EDT
NHPW Committee, National Hazing Prevention Week

REGISTER HERE $50 registration fee.
Presenter: Gentry McCreary, Ph.D – Associate Dean of Students and Adjunct Professor of Educational Research and Advanced Studies – University of West Florida

We have always been told that the first step in developing a solution is to first fully understand the problem. As a profession, we have generally approached hazing prevention as a "one size fits all" approach, without fully understanding the nuances of the problem. Research by Cimino (2011) proposed that all groups engage in some form of newcomer hazing, and that the hazing is done for one of three reasons: to build group solidarity, to build group loyalty, and to perpetuate social dominance and group hierarchy. Using Cimino's study as a framework, this session will unveil the presenter's research aimed at quantitatively measuring these three hazing rationale within the fraternity context and better understanding the relationship between hazing rationale, hazing behaviors, and a variety of other constructs related to the fraternity experience.

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Challenging Hazing and Yourself: A Panel Discussion with HazingPrevention.Org's Anti-Hazing Heroes
Wednesday, September 24 at 01:00 PM EDT
NHPW Committee, National Hazing Prevention Week

REGISTER HERE $50 registration fee.
Panel Participants: Greg Berkowitz (University of South Florida) - 2013 Anti-Hazing Award Recipient Sarah Wild (Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority) - 2012 Anti-Hazing Award Recipient Kendall Wolford (Delaware Valley College) - 2013 Anti-Hazing Award Recipient Stephanie Wright (Montclair State University) - 2013 Anti-Hazing Award Recipient

Standing up to hazing in your community can be challenging, but it is not impossible, as evidenced by the courageous leaders across the country taking a stand. During this program, HazingPrevention.Org’s Hank Nuwer Anti-Hazing Hero award recipients will share their own personal stories of how they challenged themselves to stop being bystanders and challenged hazing within their organizations. They will discuss why and how they challenged hazing in their environment as well how they overcame the fear and challenges of no longer being a bystander. Participants will have an opportunity to ask the panelists questions during the program.

2014 Hank Nuwer Anti-Hazing Hero Award

Nominations are now open for the 2014 Hank Nuwer Anti-Hazing Hero Award!
Deadline for nominations for the 2014 Hank Nuwer Anti-Hazing Hero Award
is November 1, 2014! Click here to submit your nomination!

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