Webinar – The Importance of an Interdisciplinary Approach to Hazing Prevention/Intervention (Tracy Maxwell)
The Importance of an Interdisciplinary Approach to Hazing Prevention/Intervention
A Webinar By: Tracy Maxwell
Research shows that hazing occurs in a wide-range of organizations, across all school levels and even in other parts of society, including workplaces. If we are to make progress on this complex problem, it is crucial that we take an interdisciplinary approach. Task forces should include representation from across disciplines and roles, they should include administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members. Policies must be consistently communicated and enforced. Tracy will explain the three C’s of effective intervention and discuss the role that each of us can play in addressing hazing no matter what our position.
- Know the importance of an interdisciplinary approach
- Understand the three C’s of intervention
- Be able to identify important stakeholders, partners and constituencies
Tracy Maxwell has worked in and around higher education for more than 25 years. She has worked for her international sorority, for the NIC/NPC, on a campus as a fraternity/sorority advisor, as a staff member and speaker for CAMPUSPEAK and in 2007, she founded HazingPrevention.Org. She has been recognized for her work four times by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, most recently with the Distinguished Service Award in 2007. In 2013 she was recognized by the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values, Triangle Fraternity, the Denver Alumnae Panhellenic, and as an AOII Founder’s Award recipient for her work with hazing prevention. She has appeared on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, CBS This Morning and the Katie Couric Show and in numerous publications talking about hazing.