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Alcohol & Other Drugs: A Virtual Tool for College Students
When it comes to alcohol and other drug misuse prevention training, colleges and universities should have a training solution that students find engaging and relatable, and that has a long-term impact on their attitude and behaviors.

Students need the opportunity to practice and apply new skills so that the learning material resonates when they are faced with real-life decisions.

How can institutions prepare students to meaningfully apply what they learn and make decisions around alcohol and other drug use that align with their goals and values?

Join Yoo-Jin Kang, Senior Training & Technical Assistance Specialist for the National Workplace Resource Center at Futures Without Violence, and Kayce Matthews, Director of the Coalition for Safe & Healthy Campus Communities (CHASCo), for a presentation about the critical gaps in current prevention training solutions for students, followed by a Q&A session.

These experts will be joined by members of the product development team from health simulation company Kognito to discuss:

-- The need for a new approach to alcohol prevention programs that goes beyond compliance to set students up for success
-- How virtual role-play conversations empower students with important skills like applying refusal strategies, bystander intervention, referring peers to help, and setting personal goals
-- An inside look at how Alcohol & Other Drug Misuse Prevention for Students, Kognito's new course for college and university students, can assist in schools’ proactive efforts

Don’t miss this chance to gain valuable insights that can help you better support your students.

This webcast was made possible in part by the financial support of Kognito. By registering for this webcast, registration information will be shared with Inside Higher Ed and the sponsor for marketing purposes.

Captioning for the deaf and hard of hearing is provided by CaptionAccess for all IHE webcasts. Transcripts available upon request.

Mar 4, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Yoo-Jin Kang
Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist @, Futures Without Violence
Yoo-Jin Kang (she/her/hers) is the Senior Training & Technical Assistance Specialist for the National Workplace Resource Center at Futures Without Violence. Her areas of expertise include trauma-informed practices, substance misuse prevention & recovery, and diversity, equity, and inclusion in practice. Prior to Futures Without Violence, Yoo-Jin led the Alcohol & Other Drugs program at American University, providing student-centered intervention and prevention initiatives to the campus community. Yoo-Jin holds two Bachelor's degrees from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in Modern Languages & Linguistics and Interdisciplinary Studies, where she focused on the Psychosocial and Cultural perspectives on violence. You can find her at www.yoojinkang.com
Kayce Matthews, MA
Director @Coalition for Healthy & Safe Campus Communities (CHASCo)
Kayce Matthews joined the Coalition for Healthy & Safe Campus Communities (CHASCo) as Director in January 2017 with over 10 years of experience in prevention and advocacy work. Before joining CHASCo, Kayce served as both a Program Specialist for the TN Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence and the Associate Director of the Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center at Vanderbilt University. She holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Trevecca University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Stephens College. Most importantly, Kayce is the proud mother to two very feisty boys who inspire her to do better every single day.
Kim Wieland, MPH
Product Manager @Kognito
Kim serves as Product Manager for Kognito's education vertical, having previously served as Senior Client Experience Executive. Kim has had a diverse career across education, business, and non-profits, with a focus on helping communities build capacity to tackle challenges and seize opportunities at the local level. Prior to joining Kognito, Kim served as the Executive Director of the Industrial Supply Association which represents one of the largest manufacturing and distribution channels. Kim graduated from Washington Adventist University with degrees in History and Secondary Education, and holds an MPH in Global Health from George Washington University.