Spring 2016

Project Title: 
My Tribe My Responsibility: W&M Recognizes National Hazing Prevention
Project Statement: 
National Hazing Prevention Week exists as an opportunity for the W&M Hazing Prevention Coalition to tap into a nationally promoted week to raise awareness about hazing prevention efforts within the W&M community. The funds will enable the team to recruit a prominent speaker as part of the week.
A primary objective for the Hazing Prevention Coalition is to create opportunities to engage students in proactive dialogue about hazing (instead of incident driven response to hazing events). The planning team will developed directed outreach to recognized student organizations/groups/teams that hold membership transition experience (initiations, pledging, new member periods, etc.). 


Project Title
Student Employee Professional Development Workshops
Project Statement:
The project will provide additional training for student employees in all departments of Student Affairs, focused on personal and professional development as it relates to the values of the Division of Student Affairs.  A two-year, rotating curriculum will be developed with six sessions held each year (one each full month during the academic year). The goal is to further engage student employees outside of their traditional work hours and better prepare them to enter the professional world after graduation.

 

Project Title: 
#NoTitleNeeded Video Project
Project Statement:
Funds will provide additional multi-media/video enhancements to the #NoTitleNeeded Campaign. Videos will allow the team to maximum opportunity to (passively) reach as many constituents as possible both on and off campus to promote the #NoTitleNeeded message.

 

Project Title: 
Higher Education Graduate Student Lunch Series
Project Statement: 
The Graduate Student Experience Committee will work collaboratively with the Higher Education Student Association to provide a monthly lunch series around a topic of professional development interest to current higher education graduate students. As part of the collaboration, HESA will identify topics of interest to the graduate students and the Graduate Student Experience Committee members will help coordinate the program. Lunch will be provided for all attendees.