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The 2016 National meeting will offer plenary sessions, breakout sessions, panel discussions, Plugged Inn sessions, a reception and more.

The 2016 National Meeting Agenda

Monday, August 1, 2016, 1:00pm-5:00pm

1:00pm-5:00pm

Pre-Conference Training

Prevention 101

Connie Boehm, MA, Director, Student Life Student Wellness – The Ohio State University

Mary Jo Desprez, MA, Director, Wolverine Wellness – University of Michigan Health Service

Blake Marble, M.Ed, Assistant Director, Student Life Student Wellness – The Ohio State University

Leslie Haxby McNeill, Assistant Director, Student Wellness – Miami University

Kim Dude, M.Ed, Director, Wellness Resource Center – University of Missouri

 

Tuesday, August 2, 2016, 8:00am-7:00pm

8:00am

Continental Breakfast

Ballroom Lobby 

8:30am

Welcome and Opening Remarks
John Clapp, Javaune Adams-Gaston, Ken Hale, Connie Boehm, Sarah Nerad

Ballroom 

9:00am – 10:00am

Trends in the Magnitude and Prevention of College Drinking Problems, 1998-2014

Ralph Hingson, Sc.D., MPH, National Institute
of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Ballroom 

10:00am

Break and Exhibitors

Ballroom Lobby

10:15am – 11:15am

The 10,000 Foot View on Student Alcohol Use and Misuse: Insights
from University Presidents and College Town City Managers

Stephen Gavazzi, PhD, The Ohio State
University Mansfield

Ballroom

11:15am

Break and Exhibitors

Ballroom Lobby

11:30am – 12:30pm

Breakout Sessions

Getting Unstuck: Identifying and Managing “Organizational Relapse” in AOD Prevention Programs
Dolores Cimini, PhD, Assistant Director for Prevention and Program Evaluation – University at Albany

Lessons Learned: Moving Beyond A Vision 
Clayton Sponhaltz, BA, Assistant Director of The Center for Collegiate Recovery – The University of Texas at San Antonio

Using Data on Prescription Drug Misuse to Inform Prevention Efforts on Campus: A Panel Discussion
Ann Addington, M.Ed, Assistant Director of Health Promotion – Ohio University
Mary Jo Desprez, M.A., Director of Wolverine Wellness – University of Michigan
Anne McDaniel, PhD, Associate Director of Research and Data Management – The Ohio State University
Ginny Williams, M.A., Assistant Director of Counseling Services, University of Findlay

Cannabis Use Disorders: Using Evidence-Based Interventions to Engage Students in Reducing Harmful Cannabis Use or Entering Recovery
Lisa Laitman, M.Ed, Director of Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Program – Rutgers University

Integrating Adolescent SBIRT in Health Professional Education
Cyrille Adam, M.Ed, Senior Director of Health Programs – Kognito
Tracy L. McPherson, PhD, Senior Research Scientist of Public Health – NORC at the University of Chicago

Pfahl Hall 

12:30pm

Lunch

1:30pm-2:30pm

Breakout Sessions

Using Local Social Host Laws to Reduce College Drinking at
Off-Campus House Parties
Cassandra Greisen, MPA, Program Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University
Jaclyn Stone, PhD, Community Health and Safety Specialist & Special Assistant, University of Maryland Baltimore County

The Changing Face of Cannabis Culture: How Marijuana
Concentrates are Challenging Prevention Efforts
Ryan Snow, MSc, Police Officer, University of Illinois

Help Prevent the Misuse and Diversion of ADHD Prescription
Stimulants Among College Students 
David Arnold, BA, Director of Alcohol Abuse and Impaired Driving Prevention, NASPA

The DYK10 (Do You Know 10?) Campaign: Students Designing Messages and Strategies to De-Stigmatize Alcoholism and Recovery for Other Students 
Linda Lederman, PhD, Director of Hugh Downs School of Human Communication – Arizona State University

A Comprehensive Model of Stepped Care for Substance Misuse Prevention on a College Campus 
Steven Clarke, PhD, Executive Director, Virginia College Alcohol Leadership Council – Binghamton University

Pfahl Hall

2:30pm

Break and Exhibitors

Ballroom Lobby

2:45pm – 3:45pm

Breakout Sessions

It’s All Greek to Me: Working with National Greek Life Organizations to Bolster Campus Prevention Efforts
Ellen Trappey, M.Ed, Assistant Director of the Philadelphia Science Festival and Outreach Initiatives, Chi Omega Fraternity
Erin Huffman, MSc, Assistant Executive Director, Delta Gamma Fraternity

Blunt Talk: Addressing the Myths of Marijuana with Collegiate
Student-Athletes
Jennifer Carter, PhD, Director of Sports Psychology, The Ohio State University
Megan Cable, Academic Counselor – The Ohio State University
Blake Marble, M.Ed, Assistant Director, Student Wellness Center – The Ohio State University

Individual and Campus Resiliency 
Kim Dude, M.Ed, Director, Wellness Resource Center – University of Missouri

ScreenU Pilot Program Panel 
Terry Koons, M.Ed, Associate Director, Campus Involvement Center for Health Promotion, Ohio University
Lupe Samaneigo-Kraus, MPH, Program Director, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs, University of California, San Diego
Connie Boehm, MA, Director, Student Life Student Wellness Center, The Ohio State University
Megan E. Dzurec, MPH, CHES, Coordinator, Health Promotion & Wellness, John Carroll University

Pfahl Hall

3:45pm

Break and Exhibitors

Ballroom Lobby

4:00pm – 5:00pm

Breakout Sessions

A Comprehensive Approach to Alcohol Risk and Harm Reduction: Implementing a Parent-Family Communication Program
Janet Jansen, MPH, Family Communication Program Manager – University of Michigan
Joe Zichi, MA, Program Manager, Office of Student Conflict Resolution – University of Michigan

Gearing Up! Coaching your Athletes to be Change Agents 
Mary Wilfert, M.Ed, Associate Director of Health and Safety – NCAA
Laura K. Sjoquist, BS, NCAA Division II National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Representative – Cedarville University

Inside the Preventionist’s Studio: Conversations with Seasoned Professionals 
Connie Boehm, MA – The Ohio State University
Kim Dude, M.Ed, Director, Well Resource Center – University of Missouri
Mary Jo Desprez, MA – University of Michigan
Dolores Cimini, PhD – State University of New York at Albany
Robert Chapman, PhD, retired – Drexel University

Does Teaching Protective Behavior Strategies Reduce Negative Alcohol Related Outcomes for All College Students? 
Pamela Taylor, MSc, Director of Nursing Graduate Studies – Northern Illinois University

Pfahl Hall

5:00pm

Networking Reception

Join us for socializing and networking in the Ballroom with an unwined, alcohol-free pop-up bar! Connect with other Professionals around the country whose focus is aligned with yours to develop valuable relationships to elevate missions around the country. Wear your college gear if you brought it!

Ballroom

Wednesday, August 3, 2016 8:00am-5:00pm

7:30am

“Wake Up to Wellness Walk”

Ohio State Campus

8:00am

Continental Breakfast

Ballroom Lobby

9:00am-10:00am

Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic
Sam Quinones, Author

Ballroom

10:00am-11:00am

Keynote Panel Response
Keynote Panelist: Dr. Kathryn McKee

with Stephen Gavazzi, Dean and Director, The Ohio State University Mansfield, and Ariele Le Grand, Program Manager, College Campus Health, Clinton Health Matters Initiative, the Clinton Foundation

Ballroom

11:15am

Break and Exhibitors

Ballroom Lobby

11:30am-12:30pm

Breakout Sessions

Prevention and Treatment of Prescription Drug Misuse on the
College Campus
Joshua Hersh, M.D., Student Counseling Service – Miami University

Environmental Scans as Tools for
Reducing Excessive College Drinking 
Molly Mitchell, J.D., Senior Alcohol Policy Program Manager – Johns Hopkins University

Party Positive: A Comprehensive Harm-Reduction ProgramTargeting High-Risk Drinking 
Steven Clarke, PhD, Executive Director, Virginia College Alcohol Leadership Counsel – Binghamton University

We Know Staying Sober Increases Academic Achievement and Here’s the Data to Prove it 
Mary Ratterman, PhD, Research Consultant, Research & Evaluation Resources

Utilizing the Bystander Model to Address Prevention of Substance Use Disorders 
Michael Buzzelli, MA, MPH, OCPSA, Gambling Services Specialist, Recovery Resources

Pfahl Hall 

12:30pm

Boxed Lunch

Boxed lunches can be found in the Ballroom Hallway

Ballroom

1:30pm-2:30pm

Breakout Sessions

Targeting Harmful and Underage Student Drinking With NIAAA’s CollegeAIM
Jessica Cronce, PhD, Assistant Professor – University of Oregon

Exploring the Effect of a Prescription Medication Misuse Prevention Program on Attitudes, Perception of Risk and Norms, and Intent to Misuse Prescription Stimulant Medication in Fraternity Members 
Samantha Greeney-Hamlin, MPH, Health Promotion – San Diego State University
Jim Lange, PhD, Director, Health Promotion – San Diego State University

B=MC² : A Theoretical Construct to Explain Why We Behave the Way We Do, and How That Impacts Our Work on College Campuses 
Daniel Gittins, Ed.D, Coordinator, DU Cares Program – Duquesne University

Changing Campus Culture to Spark Behavior Change
Kathleen Anderson, MS, Community Prevention Specialist, Indiana Prevention Resource Center
Joan Masters, M. Ed, Senior Coordinator, Missouri Partners in Prevention

The Alcohol Prevention Compass 
Kimberley Timpf, M.Ed, Senior Director of Partner Education – EverFi

Pfahl Hall 

2:30pm

Break and Exhibitors

Ballroom Lobby

2:45pm-3:45pm

Breakout Sessions

Diversifying College Recovery Programs
Keith Murphy, MA, Alternate Director of Treatment Services – Rutgers University

Physics for Prevention 
Robert Chapman, PhD, retired – Drexel University

Evidence for Experiential Interventions for Individuals Misusing Alcohol or Other Drugs 
Melinda Lawless Coker, PhD, Staff Psychologist – Florida Atlantic University

Motivational Interviewing for Campus Police 
Dave Closson, MSc, Assistant Director, Illinois Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Other Drug, and Violence Prevention – Eastern Illinois University

Promoting Prevention and Recovery on Regional Campuses 
Connie Boehm, The Ohio State University
Donna Hight, PhD, Chief Student Life and Retention Officer and Assistant Director for the Regional Campus – The Ohio State University at Mansfield

Pfahl Hall 

4:00pm – 5:00pm

Breakout Sessions

Rural Midwestern Public College Safe Ride Program Case Study
Kathy Mohlfeld, MSW, Licensed Counselor and Professional Academic Advisor – Wayne State College

Squad Goals: Maintaining Culture of Support in the Changing
Landscape of Collegiate Recovery 
Daniel Fred, MSc, Director of Recovery Programs & National Outreach – Transforming Youth Recovery
Breanna Cook, BA, Collegiate Program Director – Transforming Youth Recovery

SBIRT: Collaboration to Implement Evidence-Based
Practice with Social Work and Nursing Undergraduate and  Graduate Students 
Dana Sullivan, PhD, Associate Professor – Western Kentucky University
Robert Cooper, MD, Assistant Professor – The Ohio State University College of Medicine

Step Up! Bystander Intervention Program 
Doug Everhart, M.Ed, Director,Center for Student Wellness & Health Promotion – University of California, Irvine

Wellness Ambassadors: Building Peers, Building Wellness 
Michaela Martin, BS, Wellness Ambassador Coordinator – The Ohio State University

Pfahl Hall

August 4, 2016 8:00am-12:00pm

8:00am

Continental Breakfast

Ballroom Lobby

8:30am

Networking Neighborhoods
Alcohol & Sexual Assault – Marijuana – Recovery – Prescription Drug Misuse Effects – Veterans Affairs

Pfahl Hall

9:45am

Emerging, Growing and Sustaining Collegiate Recovery Programs
Teresa Johnston, Director, KSU Center for Young Adult Addiction and
Recovery, Founding President, ARHE

Ballroom

10:45am

Keynote Panel Response

Susie Mullens, MS, LPC, ALPS, Licensed Psychologist, AADC-S, SAP, MAC, DCC, West Virginia University Recovery Specialist

Lisa Laitman, MSEd, LCADC, Director of Alcohol and Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), Rutgers University

Teresa Johnston, Director, KSU Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery, Founding President, ARHE

Ahmed Hosni, Collegiate Recovery Program Coordinator at The Ohio State University

Moderator: Sarah Nerad, Director of Recovery, Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery

Ballroom

11:45am-12:00pm

Closing Remarks
John Clapp, PhD, FAAHB
Director, Higher Education Center for
Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention
and Recovery

Ballroom

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