Bystander Behavior in Colleges & Other Settings

Bystander intervention has been increasingly applied to prevent discrimination, harassment, alcohol abuse, and bullying among faculty, staff and students on college campuses. Its underlying theory assumes that actions taken to intervene in these situations, subtle or extreme, can be influenced by bystander intentions and confidence to intervene.  This program provides an overview of behaviors/skills identified by research an literature that are associated with defining appropriate by-stander interventions, and the use of case studies that help to apply those behaviors/skills in a real world setting.
 

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Facilitator Information: 

This session is facilitated by Mike D'Arcangelo, Director of Diversity Education

Session Dates: 
Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 9:00am to 11:00am
Location: 
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