AODA Prevention Partnership November 14, 2012 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Agenda Welcome from your Co-Chairs Brief Overview of Process Management Team
Management Team Projects Progress on naming Vision Statement Mission Statement Closure Partnership Process Gather
Information (Biennial Review) Evaluate Plan Implement
Partnership Structure Core (3)--meet frequently to determine process details Management/process (12)--meet monthly to make decisions and implement changes Contacts (unlimited)--do not meet as a team; play valuable roles as
providers of information Allies (unlimited)--all members; interested in the progress of the group Management Team Core plus invited members from: Athletics/Athletic Training Faculty/PEAT
Student Involvement/Employment Residential Living Health Services Counseling Center First-Year Experience Institutional Research Student governance (two students) UWSPs
AODA Prevention Partnership First meeting of the management team: Collaborations and Partnership describes the intent of the organization Collaborations bring together diverse stakeholder groups to address problems that no one member can resolve in isolation. Partners develop common goals and strategies, as well as a shared responsibility for creating the structures needed to implement them. Partners tend to have the full backing of their individual organizations.
Resources are pooled or jointly secured for longer-term efforts. Vision Statement UWSPs AODA Prevention Partnership: Changing Campus Culture Together Mission Statement The mission of the AODA Prevention
Partnership is to employ best practices to address the alcohol and other drug use culture among members of the UWSP community to foster an environment that optimizes learning and engagement. Management Team Projects Continued work on student interventions Oversight and decision-making on universal
prevention for future administrations Strategic planning in two areas: education and discipline Parallel Projects HS 490 class Alcohol-Wise-online alcohol education experience, 2334 students enrolled in course for fall 2012; 96.7% response rate (only 77 didnt
complete) In closing. . . Next meetingFebruary 2013 Planning Management Team updates Progress on projects
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