The last of the three drug panels inspired by the Molly incident and arrests will take place April 28th, 8PM, in Shanklin 107. This panel focuses on regional and national policy, and panelists are very signficant people in the field:
Ethan Nadelmann, founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, the leading organization in the United States promoting alternatives to the war on drugs. Described by Rolling Stone as “the point man” for drug policy reform efforts and “the real drug czar,” Nadelmann is widely regarded as the outstanding proponent of drug policy reform both in the United States and abroad.
Susan O’Connor, Program Director of Phoenix House Outpatient Services in Springfield, MA. O’Connor is the author of a widely-read piece on Wesleyan, “Missing the Point with Molly” http://www.phoenixhouse.org/news-and-views/our-perspectives/missing-the-point-with-molly/?utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=tweet&utm_campaign=social.
Mike Lawlor, Under Secretary for Criminal Justice Policy and Planning. Lawlor is among the most influential members of Governor Malloy’s staff regarding drug policies in Connecticut.
Become an active bystander! Register by Feb 20th.
Restore mind, body and spirit in this 9 week support group for female identified survivors of sexual assault on Tuesdays beginning February 10th
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An informal lunch meeting where members of the Wesleyan community who are in recovery and those who are affected by a family member or friend’s substance abuse can come together and share their experience, strength, and hope in order to support one another. We will gather for fellowship, discussion and lunch on 11/7 at 12 noon. This is a closed lunch, only for those in recovery or affected by another’s substance abuse. Please email email@example.com for more information and location.
Tanya Purdy, MPH, MCHES
Director WesWell, Office of Health Education
We Speak We Stand – Wesleyan’s Bystander Intervention Program
We are having our next campus-wide training November 3rd, 7:00-10:00pm in 41 Wyllys room 112.
Become an active bystander by registering for Wesleyan’s bystander intervention training! Empowered bystanders make the campus community safer by standing up and speaking out when they witness situations that could potentially harm the health and safety of others. Intervening with peers can be difficult for a number of reasons and training will provide you with the skills to move from inaction to action and intervene safely and effectively.
The training features two distinct and separate tracks: sexual violence prevention and alcohol use intervention.
Register here by October 31st: https://docs.google.com/a/wesleyan.edu/forms/d/1W5qwZTGtalI9_zgOgc9R1rilBJa6GVV9wYKuDVKDCDA/viewform