Call for Programs
The BACCHUS Region III team invites you to submit a program proposal to present a 60-minute breakout session at our Spring Conference. Proposals from peer education groups and advisors are given preference. Proposals from other staff, faculty and prevention professionals are also welcome.
Session topics may include advising skills and issues, peer education group issues, student leadership and development, nutrition and fitness, promoting mental health and wellness, sexual health and relationships, alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention, or sexual violence prevention and response. The Call for Programs will be open soon!
Conference Themes & Suggested Topics
All topics related to health and safety at Institutions of Higher Education are welcomed!
- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
- Sexual Health and Relationships
- Mental Health
- Nutrition and Fitness
- Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
- What are strategies to recruit and retain peer educators?
- What models of peer education groups structure exist and how do they work?
- How can peer educators evaluate their program effectiveness?
- How can peer education groups involve a broader range of student sub-groups?
- What makes a peer education retreat successful?
- How do peer education groups deal constructively with conflict within the group?
- What strategies and resources can peer education groups use to justify their work and funding to administrators and student government?
- What skills are needed for peer educators to be effective leaders?
- What strategies can student leaders utilize to motivate peer educators?
- What skills are needed to create change in peer education groups and on campus?
- How can student leaders work productively with advisors and campus administrators?
- How do peer educator student leadership skills translate to future academic pursuits and careers?
- How can your work as a peer educator translate to the student affairs profession?
- What lessons can new advisors learn from experienced ones?
- How can advisors operate a peer education group with minimal resources?
- How do advisors maintain excitement and engagement within the peer education group?
- What are strategies for recruitment of new peer educators?
- How can advisors better align learning objectives with peer educators’ projects?