Presentations submitted under this category should be designed to detail an implemented program, policy, or practice on campus, discuss the successes and challenges, and offer perspectives on peer educator and advisor replication or adaptation of the program on their own campuses.
Learning outcomes for programs presentations to this category might include:
• “Participants attending this session will discuss the design of Sample University’s “Be You” program and be able to identify the barriers to success a similar program might face at another institution of higher education.”
• “After attending this session, participants will be able create a plan to implement a program addressing nutrition specifically to commuter students.”
• “Participants attending this session will be able to replicate a passive table program with at least two of the six examples discussed in this session.”
Try answering one or more of the following prompting questions in your submission:
• What was the process of designing the program that will be discussed in the presentation?
• What were the challenges faced in the design, implementation, or evaluation of the program?
• What were the successes – both anticipated and unanticipated – of the program?
• How could a very similar college or university peer education group successfully replicate this program?
• How could a very different college of university peer education group adapt this program to be successfully implemented on their campus?
Note: Program Description and Adaptation may include some modeling of what your presentation looked like when it was delivered on campus, but the purpose of presentations submitted under this category is not to simply do your program in its entirety for other peer educators.