NASPA
2020 NASPA Annual Conference

Greek Life Reform Initiatives Post-2017 (ID 173)

Academic leaders are working to balance benefits of the Greek life experience against its human costs. Participation in Greek-letter organizations produces benefits such as a sense of belonging, loyalty to the institution, philanthropic support, and professional development. Paradoxically, it is also the site of repeated hazards resulting in student deaths and injuries. Universities' inability to intervene leaves new students vulnerable and institutions liable. Eliminating harm is imperative, yet evidence-based solutions remain illusive. The presenters will share new harm-reduction initiatives.

When

Tuesday, March 31
1:15 pm to 2:05 pm

Where

304 ABC
LA Convention Center

Presented by

Ainsley Carry, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, University of Southern California
Kurt Keppler, Vice President for Student Affairs, Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
Damon Sims, Vice President for Student Affairs, Pennsylvania State University-University Park
Monroe Gorden, Interim Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs, University of California-Los Angeles