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The number of tobacco-free campuses in the U.S. has tripled since 2010. Properly enacting and enforcing these policies is a best practice for reducing tobacco-related harm. Ensure your campus's success with resources for community colleges interested in going tobacco free.
Interested in being a mentor or mentee with another professional for one full year on the topic of healthy masculinities work? Interested in supporting the initiative this year as part of the mentorship team? Contact us at the email below. Learn more today at: http://tinyurl.com/MMKC-Mentorship Or email the team for more info at [email protected]
In this special edition of NASPA Right Now, NASPA President Kevin Kruger has penned an open letter to further discuss Indiana's SB 101, its impact on the 2016 NASPA Annual Conference, and how NASPA is responding.
With a national focus on gender-based violence, significant changes to marijuana laws, and mental health challenges new and old, this years trio of NASPA conferences focused on those topics and equipping prevention professionals on campus with the best tools possible.