Recharging Your Campus Efforts - Reducing Harms from High-Risk Drinking

April 01

Join us for Part 1 of the 5 part Reducing Harms from High-Risk Drinking on College Campuses webinar series. This webinar will focus on reinvigorating your prevention efforts on campus and teach you how to reframe the debate as a public health issue.

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Need a new way to recharge your institution’s efforts to address high-risk drinking on your campus? Colleges and universities have been hard at work on this issue over the past decade, yet the problem continues and momentum wanes. From our work with 32 institutions in the Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking, we know that measurable change is possible. Starting with the fundamentals, including the importance of framing this as a public health issue and taking a multi-disciplinary systems approach, we’ll direct a path forward for your institution. Also, hear firsthand from a campus improvement team leader on the strategy used to realize its aim of lowering high-risk drinking rates on their campus.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will learn:

  • Key concepts of a public health and improvement framework and system lens for tackling high-risk drinking and its associated harms.
  • The pre-requisites needed to reinvigorate their campus' change efforts.
  • Ideas for assembling a multi-disciplinary campus improvement team.
  • Setting realistic and stretch goals for this work and developing a strategy for achieving those goal
Package Deal

Participation in all five webinars in this series can be purchased as a package for a substantial savings.  The Package is available here and is priced at $298 for members (buy 3 webinars, get 2 free!) and $400 for non-members (almost 50% savings on all 5 programs!) NCHIP and BACCHUS Members are eligible for a discount on the purchase of the package by applying the discount code supplied via email.

Reducing Harms from High-Risk Drinking on College Campuses Webinar Series

To view or register for the other installments of this 5-part series, please click on the links below:

Presented By


This event is most likely to influence these groups.

  • AVP or “Number Two”
  • Chief Student Affairs Officer
  • Faculty
  • Graduate
  • Senior Level


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Register today for a single webinar or take advantage of our package deal for incredible savings.

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Registration Fees

Registration Type Regular Registration 03/10/2014 to 03/30/2014
Individual Webinar
Non-Member $$150


Stephanie Rizk
Director, Online Professional Development
Phone: 202-265-7500


Jason Kilmer, PhD

Jason Kilmer, PhD

NCHIP Faculty, Assistant Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington

As an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Jason is an investigator on several studies evaluating prevention and intervention efforts for alcohol and drug use by college students. He is also Assistant Director of Health and Wellness for Alcohol and Other Drug Education in the Division of Student Life, working with different areas across campus (including health, counseling, Greek life, residence life, and athletics) to increase student access to evidence-based approaches. Jason also serves as the chair of the Washington State College Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention.

Dolores Cimini, PhD

Dolores Cimini, PhD

NCHIP Faculty, Campus Improvement Team Member, Assistant Director for Prevention and Program Evaluation, University Counseling Center, University of Albany

Dolores is a New York State licensed psychologist and Assistant Director for Prevention and Program Evaluation at the University at Albany Counseling Center, the Director of the University’s nationally-­‐recognized Middle Earth Peer Assistance Program and an Adjunct Clinical Professor in the School of Education. She has coordinated campus-­‐wide comprehensive prevention efforts for the past twenty-­‐five years and staffs the University at Albany President's Advisory Council on the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Related Risk Behaviors. and Other Drug Abuse and Related Risk Behaviors. Dr. Cimini has provided leadership on over $6 million in award-­‐winning Federal, State, and private grant-­‐supported programs, including the NIAAA Rapid Response to College Drinking Problems grant Program, the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence against Women Campus Grant, and the SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Targeted Capacity Expansion Grant for Screening and Brief Intervention and has also served as Project Director for two U.S. Department of Education Alcohol and Drug Prevention Model Program Grants.

Lisa Johnson, MBA

Lisa Johnson, MBA

Director, National College Health Improvement Program, The Dartmouth Institute, Dartmouth College

Lisa is the director of NCHIP, leading a team of staff and faculty that are committed to ensuring the success, shared learning, and discovery of the most effective ways to reduce harms from high-­‐risk drinking on college campuses. The NCHIP team currently supports 12 institutions of higher education that are part of the Leadership Network on High-­‐Risk Drinking. In June 2013, NCHIP completed its inaugural Learning Collaborative on High-­Risk Drinking with 32 colleges and universities that worked together to reduce HRD harms using both a public health and improvement approach.

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