Hazing Prevention Institute & Symposium

Powered by National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)

June 11-13, 2023

NCAA Hall of Champions & Conference Center Indianapolis, Indiana

For 2023, we have two components to our annual Institute. We are hosted by the NCAA Hall of Champions & Conference Center and powered by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).

We kick off the programming with a Symposium geared towards senior professionals and researchers. This is followed by the Institute focused for new professionals, graduate students and student leaders.

Registration Deadline: May 22, 2023
Registration is closed.

NOTE: The Symposium & Institute have different audiences and different registration.

in collaboration with the Piazza Center

June 11-12, 2023

Who should attend: A research think tank-style program among major researchers and senior professionals with at least 10 years experience in student affairs, national student organization staff, risk management, athletics, recreation or club sports, band or performing arts, school administration, insurance, etc.

The design of the symposia is to create a community of scholars and leaders dedicated to ending hazing. It is a space for researchers studying hazing and hazing prevention and senior professionals to gather, share, and interact. The symposia is structured to encourage dialogue, share new insights, review critical perspectives, and inform new research directions. The Hazing Prevention Symposium is organized in collaboration with the Piazza Center who is dedicated to prevention practice.

in collaboration with the Piazza Center

June 12-13, 2023

Who should attend: new professionals/advisors, graduate students & student leaders across all student activities & organizations including fraternity & sorority life, athletics, recreation/club sports, performing arts, etc.

The Hazing Prevention Institute provides you with the building blocks for proactive hazing prevention on your campus and in your organization with an evidence-based curriculum incorporating the socio-economic model and latest science. This interdisciplinary, practical and pared down prevention approach allows for small group interaction, sharing of best-practices, access to prevention leaders, and knowledge and materials you can take back to implement your year-round hazing prevention plan at home.