Please consider sharing a best practice, educational program, or current research in a recorded or live virtual session for our MOM Spring Training Series.
Please submit your proposal by January 15 via the on-line system. We will notify the presenters of their acceptance on a rolling basis with all notifications completed by January 21.Programs are encouraged in the following tracks:
- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
- Violence Prevention and Title IX
- Law Enforcement
- Mental Health
- Health and Well-Being
- Peer Education (all peer education related topics will be presented during the Peer Education Virtual Leadership Weekend April 9-10)
Student peer educators, advisors, health educators, faculty, staff, law enforcement, coalition members, and others are encouraged to apply!
Those sessions selected for recorded sessions will be asked to record content with Missouri Partners in Prevention staff before March 1.
Our past Meeting of the Minds conferences have featured several poster sessions displaying research from campuses across the state. Topics included help-seeking behaviors among minority students, effectiveness of Green Dot programs on college health behavior, and a focus group study on sexual health and sexual assault prevention.
Even though we are gathering virtually this year, we would like to invite you to submit a poster on research, or on a program or event from your campus. We will be holding a live poster roundtable session on March 5th after the opening conference session.