Greeks Take the Lead Workshop Options

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Seeing Red Flags: Unpacking Relationship Violence and Building Supportive Communities

Presenter: Mariah Sloat, Training Manager at U.S. Center for SafeSport

Date & Time: Saturday, March 14th, 1-2PM

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Description: This session focuses on understanding the dynamics of relationship violence and stalking. Students will learn about the 10 signs of unhealthy relationships by watching One Love Foundation’s Behind the Post educational video. Students will then engage in discussion about the dynamics in the video, the impact of social media on unhealthy relationships, and how to support a friend who is an unhealthy or violent relationship. 

Developing More Inclusive Communities

Presenter: Dr. Trace Camacho, Director of Student Life and Development at California State University Long Beach

Date & Time: Monday, March 23rd, 7-8PM

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Fraternity/Sorority Affiliation of Presenter: Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.

Description: What does it mean to be an inclusive community for LGBTQ+ students? What are barriers to creating a more inclusive community? Come explore and discuss ways we can make our fraternity and sorority community more inclusive for LGBTQ+ students. 

Beyond the Buddy System

Presenters: Holly Rider-Milkovich, Vice President of Impact and Education at EVERFI & Kelly Schweda, Director of the MSU Prevention, Outreach and Education Department

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 24th, 7-8PM

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Description: Are you tired of reading the same “things to do/not do” to stay safe at parties? Do you feel your chapter could improve its approach to encouraging safe and respectful behavior at social events?  This interactive session will challenge myths and reality at MSU and offer actionable strategies chapters can implement to create a more safe, welcoming and fun environment.

What I Wish I Would Have Known in Undergrad as a Fraternity Member

Presenter: Guillermo Flores, Associate Director for Michigan State University Fraternity & Sorority Life

Date & Time: Monday, April 13th at 7-8PM

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Fraternity/Sorority Affiliation of Presenter: Phi Kappa Tau

Description: You get thrown into the world of fraternity & sorority life and in a flash it is graduation and you look back on what you wish you could have done differently. The membership in our chapters are going to be part of us for life. Looking back at our time in college, there are topics we wish we could be more aware of in order to have a more rounded experience. What does diversity, equity, and inclusion actually mean? What does it mean to be a man? This session will explore how to reflect on your current membership in your fraternity/sorority and how to make it a lifelong commitment.

Session Note: The content in this presentation will be more suited for fraternity members. However, all who are interested are welcome to attend.

 

 

Swipe Right: Sex, Hookups & Feminism

Presenter: Kim Monteaux De Freitas, Ed.D., Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at The Ohio State University

Date & Time: Sunday, April 19th, 1-2PM

Location: Broad College of Business, Room N130

Fraternity/Sorority Affiliation of Presenter: Phi Sigma Sigma

Description: This presentation will examine the relationship between feminism, gender and sexuality.  Participants will develop a holistic sexual health toolkit that recognizes the importance of physical, social and emotional well-being.