Selected Presentations

Panel Discussion: Outreach Strategies, Evidence-Based Strategies – Center for Substance Abuse Prevention’s Northeast Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies – April 2008, Newton, Massachusetts

Ready for Action: Promising Practices and Ongoing Challenges – Student Life off Campus: Issues, Strategies, and Solutions – April 2008, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

Professional Development Needs of Prevention Professionals – National Association of Student Personnel Administrators – March 2008, Boston, Massachusetts

Veterans on Campus: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Post Traumatic Stress – National Association of Student Personnel Administrators – January 2008, Tampa, Florida

Presenting Perspectives on the STOP Act – California Council on Alcohol Policy – January 2008, San Diego, California

Health Promotion on Campus: A Social – Ecological Approach – PaperClip Communications – October 2007

Prevention for Special Populations: 18-25 Year-Olds – New England School of Prevention Studies – June 2007, Brunswick, Maine

What Every Student Affairs Professional Should Know to Shape Healthy Campus Environments – American College Personnel Association/National Association of Student Personnel Administrators – April 2007, Orlando, Florida

Other Drugs on Campus: How Incidence Patterns can Shape our Educational Community – American College Personnel Association/National Association of Student Personnel Administrators – April 2007, Orlando, Florida

Parents as Partners in Substance Use and Abuse – American College Personnel Association/National Association of Student Personnel Administrators – April 2007, Orlando, Florida

Building Momentum for Creating Environmental Change—The Network—February 2006, Mitchell, South Dakota

Moving to Action: Creating Environmental Change—University of Idaho—January 2006, Boise, Idaho

Strategic Planning: Move Your Prevention Efforts Forward—American College Health Association— June 2005, San Diego, California

Curriculum Infusion—Marywood University—May 2005, Scranton Pennsylvania

Environmental Management, Evidence Based Programs and Developing Successful College and Community Coalitions—Rutgers University—May 2005, New Brunswick, New Jersey

Statewide Conference—Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board—April 2005, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

Environmental Management to Reduce Consequences to High Risk and Illegal Alcohol Use—Oregon Liquor Control Commission—February 2005—Corvallis, Oregon

High School to Campus Transition—Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board—January 2005, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Student Assistance Program: Meeting the Needs of Students in Crisis—American Association of Community Colleges—April 2004, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Reducing Student Alcohol Abuse, A Tale of Two Schools—American College Personnel Association—April 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Implementing Evidence-Based Strategies to Reduce High-Risk and Illegal Alcohol Use—National Association of Student Personnel Administrators—March 2004, Denver, Colorado

Training, Strategic Planning, and Technical Assistance—St. John’s University—January 2004, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Networking and Strategic Planning—Historically Black Colleges and Universities—December 2003, Greensboro, North Carolina

Leadership in Prevention—Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association—November 2003, Orlando, Florida

Planning For Success—The Connecticut Coalition to Stop Underage Drinking—November 2003, Farmington, Connecticut

Prevention Issues for Community Colleges—The U. S. Department of Education’s 17th Annual National Meeting on Alcohol and Other Drugs and Violence Prevention in Higher Education—October 2003, Austin, Texas

The Challenge: Integrating Proven and Promising Practices in Campus ATOD Initiatives and Evaluation as a Planning Tool Session—Penn State University Commission for the Prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board—May 2003, Pennsylvania

Yes, There are Evidence-Based Practices for Alcohol Prevention—American College Health Association 2003 Annual Convention—May 2003, Miami Beach, Florida

Using Media Advocacy to Decrease High-Risk and Illegal Alcohol Use—American College Personnel Association 2003 Annual Convention—April 2003, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Training and Technology Transfer for Implementing Evidence-Based Approaches to Prevention — April 23, 2003, sponsored by Outside the Classroom’s Ask the Experts Series

Violence Prevention in Higher Education: Moving Toward a Comprehensive Approach—National Association Student Personnel Administrators 2003 Conference —March 2003, St. Louis, Missouri

Using Media Advocacy to Decrease High—Risk and Illegal Alcohol Use—National Association Student Personnel Administrators 2003 Conference —March 2003, St. Louis, Missouri

Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Prevention Efforts—The U.S. Department of Education’s
16th Annual National Meeting on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention in Higher Education—November 2002, Seattle, Washington

Core Competencies in Prevention—The U.S. Department of Education’s 16th Annual National Meeting on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention in Higher Education—November 2002, Seattle, Washington

New Directions for Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention at Community Colleges—American Association of Community Colleges Annual Convention 2002—April 2002, Seattle, Washington

Building Capacity for Creating Environmental Change—American College Personnel Association 2002 Annual Convention—March 2002, Long Beach, California

Empowering Prevention Professionals: Collaborative Campus—Community Efforts—National Association Student Personnel Administrators 2002 Conference—March 2002, Boston, Massachusetts

Keynote Speaker—Kickoff Event for The Governor’s Prevention Partnership—October 2001, Hartford, Connecticut

Keynote Speaker—Partners in Prevention Conference—April 2001, Columbia, Missouri

New Alcohol and Other Drugs Professionals: Cultivate These Skills— National Association Student Personnel Administrators 2001 Conference—March 2001, Seattle, Washington

An Environmental Approach to Alcohol Problems at Colleges and Universities—American College Personnel Association 2001 Annual Convention—March 2001, Boston, Massachusetts