After months of planning, building and testing, the NACAS Marketplace was launched in early June 2018....
The benefit of engaging in a live online event is the ability to ask questions and contribute to a collaborative dialogue. The delivery of course material may spark areas of curiosity that you can address with content leaders in real time or during the question & answer segment of the event.
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Webinar: Communicating through Crisis: Lessons Learned from a Norovirus Outbreak
November 13 | 2:00pm ET
Presenter: Jessica V. Kolis, CHES Communications Manager for Health & Well-Being at the Georgia Institute of Technology
"Be First. Be Right. Be Credible.” - CDC. Communicating during an outbreak of illness on campus is complicated. You must communicate quickly, accurately, and be transparent in order to gain your campus community’s trust. In this session, you will dive into an outbreak of unknown gastrointestinal illness at Georgia Tech that occurred in October 2017. Explore the tools used during the outbreak, lessons learned, and new protocols that have emerged since. As a former communication specialist contractor at CDC, Jess will also share her knowledge and experience to help you begin developing your own campus public health crisis plan.Learn More
Virtual Roundtable: Enriching Your Member Experience
December 5 | 3:00pm ET
Presenter: Corey Salem, Director of Member Engagement at NACAS
How can NACAS help you source impactful resources and solutions that you can bring home to your campus? Join us in an interactive conversation as staff and members discuss how you can build your own unique membership experience through use of benefits like the Marketplace, attending events like C3X, and volunteering at the regional or national level. This virtual roundtable will focus on all areas of participation, including networking, education/certification, research, collaboration, and leadership.Learn More
Webinar: Food Allergy Management: How is your Campus Doing?
February 27, 2019
Presenter: Beatrice Povolo, Director, Director, Advocacy & Media Relations, Food Allergy Canada
In Canada, approximately 150,000 students enrolled in more than 225 universities and colleges are affected by food allergies. While students are expected to manage their condition, there are ways your institution can assist to help them feel safe, supported and included. Learn more about managing food allergies on your campus and considerations for developing or updating policies/practices related to food allergy and anaphylaxis as well as having stock epinephrine on hand.Learn More