Event Title

Green Dotting the Irish--How greeNDot created a Culture of “My Brothers and Sisters’ Keeper” at the University of Notre Dame

Presenter Information

Christine Caron GebhardtFollow

Location

Kennedy Union 310

Start Date

18-7-2019 10:30 AM

End Date

18-7-2019 11:30 AM

Description

Five years ago, the University of Notre Dame launched Green Dot as its violence prevention program. Using the social theories underlying Green Dot and implementing the strategies of social norming and bystander intervention, Notre Dame has created a comprehensive violence prevention program to overcome apathy and promote student engagement in violence prevention particularly in athletics and residence life. This session will outline the process of launching greeNDot at Notre Dame; the structure of our program; strategies implemented to promote culture change; and the types of bystander trainings offered to students, faculty, and staff. We will share successes and challenges as well as next steps for greeNDot.

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Green Dotting the Irish--How greeNDot created a Culture of “My Brothers and Sisters’ Keeper” at the University of Notre Dame

Kennedy Union 310

Five years ago, the University of Notre Dame launched Green Dot as its violence prevention program. Using the social theories underlying Green Dot and implementing the strategies of social norming and bystander intervention, Notre Dame has created a comprehensive violence prevention program to overcome apathy and promote student engagement in violence prevention particularly in athletics and residence life. This session will outline the process of launching greeNDot at Notre Dame; the structure of our program; strategies implemented to promote culture change; and the types of bystander trainings offered to students, faculty, and staff. We will share successes and challenges as well as next steps for greeNDot.