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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY

ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE

“TODAY DECIDES TOMORROW”

APRIL 18 & 19, 2013 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO


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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Thursday, April 18 Page # 10am – 12pm Registraiton at the Bell Memorial Union Lobby 12pm – 1:30pm

Lunch, Welcome, & Keynote Speaker Location TBD

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1:30pm – 2:30pm

Break-out Session I various locations

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2:45pm – 3:45pm Break-out Session II 6 various locations 4pm – 5:30pm

Reception & Vendor Expo. Location TBD

Evening Dinner in Chico, see page # for a list of local restaurants 6:30pm – 10pm

Shuttles from campus to hotel every 15 – 30 minutes

Friday, April 19 8am – 10:15pm

Breakfast, Keynote Speaker & Awards

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10:15am – 11:15am Breakout Session III 9 various locations 11:30am – 12:30pm Breakout Session IV 10 various locations 12:30pm

Box Lunches & Departure

Campus Updates 11 – 15

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LUNCH, WELCOME & KEYNOTE SPEAKER Thursday, April 18: 12pm – 1:30pm

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CSU 2013 Alcohol & Other Drugs Educational Conference


BREAKOUT SESSION I

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Session 1 Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award.

Session 1A Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts.

Session 1B Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs.

Session 1C Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs.

Session 1D Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve students and the issues related to alcohol and other drugs. This award recognizes those who have “thought outside the box” or “blazed a new trail.”

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BREAKOUT SESSION II 2:45pm – 3:45pm Session 2 Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award.

Session 2A Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts.

Session 2B Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs.

Session 2C Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs.

Session 2D Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve students and the issues related to alcohol and other drugs. This award recognizes those who have “thought outside the box” or “blazed a new trail.”

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CSU 2013 Alcohol & Other Drugs Educational Conference


BREAKFAST, KEYNOTE SPEAKER & AWARDS

Friday, April 19: 8:00am – 10:15pm

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AWARDS Student Leadership Award Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award.

Student Club or Organization Award Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts.

Alcohol & Other Drug Champion Award Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs.

Violence Prevention Champion Award Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs.

Peer Education Advisor Award Honors the hard work and dedication of a faculty or staff person who serves as an advisor to one or more peer education programs at their institution related to alcohol and other drug related issues. This person must have advised a group for a minimum of two years. Consideration will be given to those championing evidence-based programs as defined by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Chancellor’s Award Recognizes a CSU staff member, faculty or administrator who has exhibited a commitment to furthering alcohol and other drug initiatives on a CSU campus or within the CSU system. 8

CSU 2013 Alcohol & Other Drugs Educational Conference


BREAKOUT SESSION III

10:15am – 11:15am

Session 3 Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award.

Session 3A Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts.

Session 3B Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs.

Session 3C Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs.

Session 3D Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve stu-

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BREAKOUT SESSION IV 11:30am – 12:30pm Session 4 Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award.

Session 4A Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts.

Session 4B Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs.

Session 4C Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs.

Session 4D Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve stu-

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CAMPUS UPDATES I Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award. Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs. Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve students and the issues related to alcohol and other drugs. This award recognizes those who have “thought outside the box” or “blazed a new trail.”

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CAMPUS UPDATES II Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award. Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs. Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve students and the issues related to alcohol and other drugs. This award recognizes those who have “thought outside the box” or “blazed a new trail.”

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CAMPUS UPDATES III Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award. Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs. Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve students and the issues related to alcohol and other drugs. This award recognizes those who have “thought outside the box” or “blazed a new trail.”

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CAMPUS UPDATES IV Honors students who have been effective leaders in alcohol and other drug prevention on their campuses. The honorees should have demonstrated a commitment to working with faculty and staff to enhance programming, creativity in addressing a variety of alcohol and other drug related issues and commit to working with other students to positively shape the campus experience as it relates to alcohol and other drugs. One student from the CSU and one from another college or university will be recognized with this award. Recognizes a student organization or club that is committed to educating others on the effects of alcohol or other drugs in an effort to create a healthier campus environment. The recipient organization will have demonstrated dedication and creativity in their educational efforts. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for alcohol and other drug initiatives on their campus, their community, or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive alcohol and other drug prevention programs. Honors an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has served as “champion” for violence prevention initiatives on their campus, their community or organization. An example of a Champion is someone who has forged ahead even through times of difficulty or controversy; created dynamic and solid partnerships that led to exemplary programming; or provided outstanding leadership for comprehensive violence prevention programs. Recognizes an administrator, faculty, or staff person who has created an innovative event, activity or strategy to improve and more effectively serve students and the issues related to alcohol and other drugs. This award recognizes those who have “thought outside the box” or “blazed a new trail.”

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SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS

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Alcohol & Other Drugs Educational Conference Program  

Informational program for the 2013 California State University Alcohol and Other Drugs Educational Conference. The conference committee was...