Translating Research to Practice: Data on the Perceptions of Non-Members and the Developmental Strengths of Current Fraternity and Sorority Members
Thursday, November 18 | 1:00 p.m. ET
In December 2020, the Campus Prevention Network by Vector Solutions and the NIC entered into a three-year strategic research partnership to study two critical questions associated with fraternity and sorority life on college campuses:
1) What are the perceptions of non-fraternity and sorority members regarding fraternity and sorority life on campus?
2) What are, if any, the unique developmental strengths present among fraternity/sorority members that set them apart from non-members?
Research was conducted with 23,593 students at 43 universities who answered questions regarding their involvement and interest in fraternity and sorority life. In this webinar, we will share key findings from the analysis and recommendations for practice. Attendees will also hear how these findings have informed the CommunityEDU: Fraternity and Sorority Life training.
Who should attend:
– FSL staff or other campus leaders who work closely with fraternities and sororities.
– Fraternity and sorority leaders responsible for recruitment or intake at the campus level.
– Fraternity and Sorority headquarter staff focused on Growth, Chapter Development, Health and Wellness, Leadership Development, and Risk Mitigation efforts.
– Volunteers focused on Growth, Chapter Development, Health and Wellness, Leadership Development, and Risk Mitigation efforts.
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This program is hosted in an educational partnership with the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, CSL Management, and Holmes Murphy Fraternal Practice.